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Book 2 in the Works

Team Ubi is happy to announce that work has begun on the second book in the UbiquiCity series! Set in the same city of ubiquitous computing and featuring many of your favorite characters from book one, the new installment is tentatively scheduled for a Winter release, and will include original fiction by Irene Bassett, Brad Cole, Antony Copeland, D.M. Dore, Jens Durke, S.L. Koch, Adrian McCauley, and Rick Rosenkranz.

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from "Real Life Action Hero"

Isaac’s camdrone perched upon a nearby rent-a-charger and zoomed in on the two men as they walked into the RemoleCafé, trying to appear calm. The decor in the cafe was dominated by two huge waterfall walls pulling from the tower’s recycler system. Sitting on coffee-colored cerament floors, the bar took up the back of the room. Assorted seating was scattered about. They punched in their orders and waited silently.

from "Rebel, Rebel"

“Sssshhhh,” Dea hissed. I hit my shin on a malfunctioning DreamRec™ someone had left sticking out in the middle of the passageway. I swore, then I giggled, and Dea’s hand clamped down over my mouth.

from "To Summon Mountains"

I isolated the part of the strand that I thought controlled the loss of telomeres, and created an incident at the company that made it look like we were being hacked by one of our competitors. During the supposed hacking, all our test subjects were injected with samples of the DNA. I thought, “Well, that will certainly make my name when it turns out that none of the brats can ever get cancer.”

But there it is. My name has never been made.

from "Rat Queen to Black King"

Skyscraper windows showered outward from a force grenade. A thousand strands of reflective safety glass vomited out the side of the Calibration Logistics building, showers of pain erupting in arcs across filtered rays of light, reflections dancing on a thousand glimmering walls.

There was a moment of gut-hunch panic before K8T enacted C-15 and tossed the grenade, before she ever saw the cracking elevator door.

from "Feed the Hand that Bites You"

“Okay Ben,” says Jojo, putting too much emphasis on the name. His sleeveless black pullover bears the logo of the Abnation: a capital N in a circle, horizontal line through the center. The designer of the graphic has represented the N as a red lightning bolt, extending beyond the circle's perimeter and tapering off into wicked points above and below.

Mikal blinks. He's suddenly afraid, and he's not sure why.

Tales of the Fractopian Future

The UbiquiCity anthology is comprised of ten stories set in the same computer-augmented world, one hundred years in our future. Stories include...

Real Life Action Hero by T Reynolds --
A plucky investigative reporter and a beleaguered cop in training make an unusual duo, and a mysterious find.

UbiquiCity Map

UbiquiCity
This map shows the basic layout and distribution of Districts in UbiquiCity.

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