Larry Enright

Larry Enright

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

The Jennifer Project

The Jennifer Project

I’ve entered my next book into Amazon's Kindle Scout program. I would appreciate it greatly if you could click on the following link and nominate it for publication. 

Here is the link to follow to check it out -> Click here to nominate on Kindle Scout



If we were not the most intelligent species

About the book

In 2096, Deever MacClendon creates Jennifer, the first proto-conscious cybernetic processor. It is hyper-intelligent, aware, and evolving. Deever wants to use his creation for the good of all, to help fix a broken world, but knowing what a powerful weapon it could be in the wrong hands, he hides it. When his secret is uncovered, he is forced to plunge into a high-tech morass of deception and treachery to avoid catastrophe and save a world where humans are no longer the most intelligent species.
Where did the idea for this book come from? 

I wanted to explore what it would be like if humans were not the most intelligent creatures on Earth. That more intelligent creature would tell the story from its point of view. That idea became Jennifer, a proto-conscious cybernetic processor, a force for good, yet powerful enough to destroy us.

What draws you to this genre? 

Science fiction is about the future, and the future fascinates me. Individuals also fascinate me. These two interests fit perfectly in a genre in which I can tell stories about unusual people in futuristic settings and speculate on technologies that could determine our fate.

What inspired the cover?

Jennifer is an intelligent device created by Deever MacClendon from an exotic element, nanochips, and the imprinted brain image of his girlfriend, Jennifer Crane. The digitally rendered face on the cover is how he imagines his creation would look: beautiful and kind, yet powerful and dangerous.

Why am I asking you to nominate this book?

A 5,000 word sample of my new scifi thriller, "The Jennifer Project," is now up on the Kindle Scout site for voting. Please take a moment to check it out and if you think it's worthy, please nominate it to be published by the Kindle Press (by clicking the blue "Nominate Me" button on the following link). You can only nominate once, the voting goes for 30 days, and if it is selected you will receive a free Kindle copy of the book. This is an opportunity for me to reach a wider audience, but I need your help.

Thanks. I really appreciate it.

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