He is humanity’s crowning achievement. 

He is an intelligent, sentient being. 

And, he is about to be killed.

In the late 21st Century, a cloned human android is created to be a lucrative medical product, and the perfect organ donor. Clonedroid 2112 (Abe) is the latest product of the Multipurpose Android and Cloning Corporation and a remarkable achievement in artificial intelligence and genetic engineering. However, his creation has embroiled MACC and its new product line in controversy and generated a devastating spin-off effect.

Corporate heads order Abe dismantled into donor parts for transplant patients, a lucrative act of medical good faith shrouded in duplicity. Dissecting their prototype will save lives and gain public support. It will also clear MACC’s reputation and dispose of a problematic product. 

Project team leader, Dr. Tamera Everett, is not so eager to dispose of her prototype. When corporate push comes to executive shove, she is the only person willing to speak up for Abe, but doing so places her in jeopardy. Things get worse when a journalist questions the darker side of MACC and her motives as a scientist. Caught in a crisis of conscience, Tamera wants to save Abe, but divided loyalties and employee sabotage stand in her way, and time is running out.

However, model 2112 (Abe) has a different vision of the future and greater potential than anyone realizes. With the clock ticking and a storm of uncertainty raging around him, Abe executes plans of his own. 

The countdown begins…

In a similar vein as works by Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein and Michael Crichton, this story focuses on the ethical dilemmas of playing God and the pitfalls of advancing technology without appropriate safeguards. It probes the many challenges that face our global societies today.

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Blue Mountain: Ruth's Story is an epic tale based on the memoirs of Cate's mother,  who grew up under extreme circumstances. The original book was written with the intention of being a family keepsake, but generated so much interested that Cate is now revising the manuscript for general publication, intending to release this amazing story to the world.

In this narrative nonfiction tale, Ruth and her little brother, along with their parents, face adversity and tragedy while they pioneer remote regions in depression-era and wartime Canada. The family is triumphant in many ways but their losses are substantial, and in some cases, far too high. Ruth’s story is one wild adventure after another through time and places long since changed or devoured by progress. It is a remarkable tale about love, faith, and a small family’s struggle to conquer overwhelming odds. It is a story about a family that lives on the road, lives on the run, lives on practically nothing to chase a rustic dream. This book promises to deliver a fabulous journey from the first line to the last, and the truest events in this tale are often the most unbelievable. Blue Mountain is where truth truly rivals fiction.