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What happens when the world gets too optimized? Joel E. Lorentzen, the author, answers that question in his unique, inventive and thought-provoking novel, Proles - a novel about 2084. In the not too distant future, the gap between the have’s and the have nots is as wide as it has ever been, but not for the reason you may think. Money is not the cause in the future, optimization more 

Book By Author:  Teisha Mott

Turning Out
 Turning Out
 1790758505 978-1790758500
 Amelia Mia Momani was the unwanted child stupid, lazy, ugly, and unable to live up to the perfection who is her older sister. At Eastbourne School, she was a pariah stinkin Mia Momani and the ugliest girl in the seventh grade. but no one ends as they started, and fifteen years later, stinkin Mia Momani has grown up, and not just 'a girl grown tall'. Mia returns to her native Jamaica to attend her High School reunion and finds she still has an army of giants to slay her classmates, her sister, her parents, her high school crush (and tormentor in chief), and most importantly, her own insecurities, before she can truly say she has turned out. Set in Jamaica, Turning Out is told in the present day, and interspersed with flashbacks to Mias tumultuous past. A Cinderella story with a Caribbean flavor, Turning Out highlights how circumstances can change with the help of a very good friend
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Author:  Teisha Mott