BioHuman. Male. From an obscure planet in the Milky Way Galaxy. Sci-fi novelist with a PhD in philosophy. Likes chocolates, Labradors, and zombies (not necessarily in that order). Werbeloff spends his days constructing thought experiments, while trying to muster enough guilt to go to the gym.<br /> <br /> He's the author of the sci-fi thriller trilogy, ‘Defragmenting Daniel’, two novels, 'Hedon' and 'The Solace Pill', and the short story anthology, 'Obsidian Worlds'. His books will make your brain hurt. And you'll come back for more.<br /> <br /> Subscribe to his newsletter to receive a free book, and a lifetime of free and discounted stories: http://smarturl.it/werbeloff
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The Solace Pill
What if you could reprint yourself young, healthy, and brilliant? In 2249, 3D printers are capable of scanning and printing humans. Life on Earth becomes overpopulated, bullet-paced, and stressed. Thankfully, Solace Inc has the solution: a pill which slows the user’s perception of time, and blots out the interminable busy-ness of the world. But Anders, a quiet anarchist who has worked his way to the top of Solace Inc, has modified the latest batch of Solace Pills. And this modification is going to change everything... The Solace Pill is hard-hitting dystopian sci-fi, with a philosophical twist.
The Experience Machine
The skullcap sits to one side of the chair. Its snaking wires and sensors throw a Medusa shadow against the basement wall. I touch its plastic. Stroke its wiry hair. The Machine gives me everything I want. Or the one thing I want. Life in a woman’s body, under the tangerine glow of the Spiral Arm Nebula. But nothing remains the same for long, not even in the timeless worlds of the Experience Machine. From the author of HEDON, The Experience Machine is a brutal story of identity found and lost. Plug in, baby. You won’t regret it.
Falling for Q46F
In a world ravaged by undead humans, Q46F lives out its days trapped alone in a bunker. Each day since Master died is the same: feed the bunker wall, sing to the dining table in F major, and put the fridge to sleep. But after waiting 27.03 years, obsessive compulsive Q46F hears a signal. A signal from another. Another Q46F. Falling for Q46F is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi comedy short that will melt even a zombie-proof titanium heart.
11 mind-bending sci-fi shorts. 1 must-read anthology. Your brain will never be the same again. In ‘Your Averaged Joe’, a man’s headache is large enough to hold the multiverse. ‘Q46F’ is an obsessive-compulsive android who finds love in a zombie-embroiled apocalypse. ‘The Cryo Killer’ guarantees that your death will be painless, or your money back when you’re thawed. Plug into OBSIDIAN WORLDS for these and other mind-bending sci-fi shorts.