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Act of Will

Thank you, erotica writer Nobilis Reed

I met Nobilis online, when he contacted me because he was a fan of my first podcasted novel, Beautiful Red.  I’m humbled when other writers like my work, and his support of eveything I do has gone above and beyond mere enjoyment of my writing.  He’s been a real inspiration and help to me over the years.

If you like erotic fiction, I strongly suggest that you should immediately subscribe to his podcast, Nobilis Erotica.  Featuring original smutty speculative stories by himself and other writers, with voice talent from across the podosphere, I promise you’ll find something that turns your crank somewhere in the feed.  

Thanks for the support, Victor

Victor Cajiao, of the Typical Mac User Podcast, has been a great friend and supporter of mine throughout all my years in podcasting.  If you use a Mac, I highly recommend checking out the show for tips, tricks and inside info.  Victor knows his stuff – he was a speaker at the recent Macworld User Conference!

Or, if you’re into photography, check out the podcast and community at the Typical Shutterbug Podcast.

As I get support and help in promoting Act of Will from the podcasting and writing communities, I’ll be publicly thanking folks along the way.  So, if you’re promoting me, let me know (send me email at darusha [at] darusha [dot] ca) so I can return the favour!
Act of Will

Act of Will

 

Andersson Dexter: Book Two

Andersson Dexter is a new man, still living his old life.

Part vigilante, part private eye, part cop, Dex is muddling his way through his day job as a faceless customer service rep for a giant firm, while solving routine cases in his off hours.  But when a gruesomely mutilated corpse is found, things heat up for Dex and the underground organization he calls the Cubicle Men.

Soon, Dex finds himself racing against the clock to find a killer who seems to be determined to strike him close to home.

In a grim future where people live and work in crowded, utilitarian cities, but escape to an online virtual world, Act of Will explores the capacity we have to choose the directions our lives will take, and the consequences of those choices.