People and computers have one thing in common: they’re both capable of self-sabotage. But computers are easier to fix.
But Elizabeth Markel is a little higher up the university food chain than she’s let on, and the truth brings out buried prejudices that Anna didn’t know she had.
People and computers have one thing in common: they’re both capable of self-sabotage. The difference is that computers are easier to fix.
Fletcher DeLancey is an Oregon expatriate who moved to Portugal to be with the love of her life. Now happily married for five years, Fletcher lives in the beautiful, sunny Algarve, where she devotes her spare time to learning the local birds and plants, and trying every regional Portuguese dish she can get her hands on. (There are many. It’s going to take a while.)
The rest of the time, she teaches Pilates, gardens, bakes extremely good brownies, rides her road bike on narrow country lanes…and writes.
She is best known for her five-book 'Star Trek: Voyager' epic, 'The Past Imperfect Series', and for her science fiction novel 'Without A Front'. Currently, she is working on a prequel to 'Without A Front' and as an editor for Ylva Publishing.
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