Book Review: LifeGames Corporation

Book Review: LifeGames Corporation

Title: LifeGames Corporation Author: Michael Smorenburg Genre: Thriller Book procurement: Received from the author for an honest review, and also for Mystery Thriller Week. Synopsis: Da Vinci Code—meets Paranormal Activity—meets The Matrix. Ad-agency boss Catherine Kaplan is a danger junkie. Bold and brave, she’s cornered the juiciest prize in the global arena, a LifeGames Corporation contract. But now it’s time to pay the price—a dare to cross the forbidden line. There’s a deal sweetener of course—give a little… and enjoy some intriguing secrets. The first… Artificial Intelligence runs the LifeGames operation. Key to the success is an automated hypnosis sequence that suppresses each subject’s mind, Read more »

Author Spotlight: Michael Smorenburg

Author Spotlight: Michael Smorenburg

Michael Smorenburg (b. 1964) grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. An entrepreneur with a passion for marketing, in 1995 Michael moved to California where he founded a business consultancy and online media and marketing engine In 2003 he returned to South Africa. Michael’s published works include: Business Buyer’s Kit (Career Press, 1997), The Everything Sailing Book (Adams Media, 1998), The Everything Sailing Book – Part 2 (Adams Media, 1999). Michael is represented in non-fiction by Keller Media of Malibu, California. Michael’s greatest interest is the ocean, keeping up with the latest breakthroughs in science, understanding the cosmos. FaceBook: MichaelSmorenburgAuthor Twitter: Read more »

The S.K.A at Carnarvon – A Trojan Affair

The S.K.A at Carnarvon – A Trojan Affair

Title: The S.K.A. at Carnarvon – A TROJAN AFFAIR Author: Michael Smorenburg Genre: Religious Thriller/Mystery Book procurement: Received a copy from the author for an honest review. Available on Amazon. Synopsis: Dara Singh is seventeen. Gregarious and with an Oxford accent, he carries the dark Indian skin and fine features of his evolutionary psychologist father. He is dangerously innocent to the fundamentalism and dogma of the predicament he’s suddenly thrust into. His American astrophysicist mother, Marsha, has taken on a contract to help build the SKA, the $2.5-Billion Square Kilometer Array radio telescope network. This sees the family relocate to the dusty Read more »