Midwest Book Review

Another bit of happy news… a favorable write-up in Midwest Book Review, from reviewer Willis M. Buhle:

The future may be in cyberspace. “Upload” is a novel exploring the concepts of mental uploading and its effects on humanity, focusing on what it could mean for love and life, exploring the philosophy of a completely online world that has conquered biology. “Upload” is an exciting work of science fiction, very much worth considering for fans of the genre who seek something discussing the effects of a possible near future technology.

MidwestBookReviewEstablished in 1976, Midwest Book Review is an outstanding resource for readers, authors, and others in the publishing and bookselling industry.  Its focus is on promoting quality small-press works, a role I believe is becoming increasingly relevant with the increasing number of self-published authors.

Midwest Book Review encompasses several publications.  This particular review was in Reviewer’s Bookwatch, “an online forum for volunteer reviewers that makes their book reviews available to librarians, book dealers, and the general reading public.”

Thank you, Mr. Buhle, for taking the time to read and review Upload.

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