book1-paperbackphotoBrobots: Book 1

What would you do if you found a cute man in a dumpster? Jared took him home.

Artificial intelligence can’t be programmed. It has to be grown. Some machines are learning who they are, and humans could do with a bit of that too.

Inside scoop

Men get called “Brobots” when they automatically call other men “bro”. I imagined a world where a Brobot is a real thing. Robotic, male, and alive.

I blame growing up with D.A.R.Y.L, Transformers and Chip, and wanting them to be my buddies. That, and a few other things.

Aliveness was important. Otherwise you only have behavioristics and the AI aren’t necessarily sentient. For that to work, I needed to see things from their perspectives, and that opened up tons of other questions.

Brobots is enjoyed by a wide audience and has reached the top 8% spot on Amazon LGBT science fiction several times. (There are 6k+ titles in that category. Stats are updated hourly.) I’ve enjoyed your fanfiction and pictures. Keep sending them in!

“Cute… You will love this.”
Ben Brock 

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“Original… I recommend this to anyone – gay, straight, robot or human. It’s just a lot of fun and great entertainment.”
William C. Bitner, Jr. (Netgalley Reader)

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“The premise, characters and storyline were all fantastic…A fast and enjoyable read… I really, really, really liked the premise, characters and storyline in this book. …I highly recommend it to science fiction readers.”
Dan Mitton


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“[an] immediate storyline [with interesting] world building…had me chuckling out loud…”
Thomas Baker

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“Techno-political science fiction that is by turns charming, fascinating, and philosophically rather pointed. …I loved this.”
Ulysses G. Dietz, Curator Emeritus

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“This book has all my favorite things.”
Mark C. Wade, Author

“What stands apart from many self-pubished books I’ve read, is how
well-crafted the novel is.”
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