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Cover image for Spirit In Realtime, the science fiction novel by Jeffrey Lee Simons.

“Spirit In Realtime” by Jeffrey Lee Simons. Art by Marrus.

For those of you who have known me since 1995, you’ve been hearing about the science fiction novel I moved to San Diego to write.

After a very long time, repeated misses finding a publisher, one narrow escape from a bad deal, and multiple rewrites to keep the scifi fresh (when I first wrote the book, few people had cell phones!), I have finally self-published that book, now titled Spirit In Realtime. (Hey, if self-publishing’s good enough for Andy Weir’s “The Martian,” it’s good enough for me!)

I’m not normally prone to begging, but, here I go:

Please buy my book. Read my book. Tell everyone you know about my book. Buy it for your kids for the holidays… especially those of you with daughters.

You can read more about Spirit In Realtime (and find links to buy it) on the book’s website here.

And to all of you who have provided unending moral support over the years when my faith in Max’s story flagged, thank you, thank you, thank you.