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My debut novel, Freelancer, is available on Kindle Scout right now. It's a near-future YA novel about a female hacker who gets caught in the middle of the 2nd civil war. You can check it out and reserve a free copy (also help to get it published) here: (any help or feedback would be most appreciated!)

Here's a short description:Kari is a freelance hacker, taking jobs from clients to design anything from art to security software. In a world where 3D printers, drones and computers that connect directly to the brain are common things, Kari finds keeping her talents secret while trying to finish high school to be quite the problem. With the threat of the 2nd Civil War, Kari must decide how far she will go to protect herself and others from harms way, even when her choices might have consequences she's not ready to face.

Also, here are the QA questions from Kindle Scout:

Q. What is the inspiration for the story?
A.As a software engineer, I spend a lot of time writing code, thinking about the future and working with a bunch of men. So, I wanted to write a book about what the future might look like that featured a strong, intelligent hacker to hopefully inspire all kinds of people to pursue a STEM education.

Q. Is there a message in your book that you want readers to grasp?
A.I think there are a few powerful themes and messages in Freelancer that developed organically as I wrote the book. But I've never been a fan of telling people what they should take away from a story. Let's just say I hope you don't read the entire novel without asking yourself a few tough questions.

Q. Why do you write?
A.I write because I constantly feel the natural drive to create something new. Programming provides one outlet for that, as does making board games. But there is something about telling a story and sharing characters with people that is inherently rewarding. You should try it if you haven't already.
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