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Media Kit for Balance of Estubria

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1. Press release

2. Book Jacket Blurb

The Brobots (dehumanized nonhumans) seek a way for everyone to win; even if in doing so they die. A super-advanced AI travels the cosmos considering how much, or how little, she likes humans. Fleshing out plans to enslave all humanity, the super rich jeopardize everyone else’s future dreams. When all humanity finally gets the future it deserves, what sort of future will that be?

The Brobots Trilogy concludes.

3. Book Jacket Image

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Paperback front cover (click for full size)

4. Metadata

Author: Trevor Barton
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: Christmas Eve, 24th December, 2017
Pre-orders Date: 2nd October, 2017
Page count: 274 pages
Formats: Paperback, Kindle, iBook (with some chapter graphics), Kobo
RRP: $12.90 paperback, $3.99 eBook
ISBN: 978-154-9801-624
ASIN: B07642WDBN
Product links: 

Paperback: from publication day
Kindle: 
http://a.co/8VMlZx3
Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/balance-of-estubria
iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/balance-of-estubria/id1291977159?mt=11

5. Graphics

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6. Additional text

Trevor Barton’s “Brobots” trilogy is creating quite a buzz. QueerSciFi.com said “cute… you will love this” during an author “AMA,” UK’s Geek Syndicate remarked “the [gay] pairing is adorable [but the story is] horrifying” in an editorial review, and Bears United Magazine have also passed it their woof.

Self-published gay science fiction doesn’t always garner much attention. So what makes the Brobots trilogy different?

The Brobots are artificial big guys: the product of a troubled AI firm. Rod burners, scaff dawgs, laggers, bucket dumpers, duct monkeys: cheap manual construction labor hiding in society’s plain sight. Easy to trash. Easy to hack. In the 2060’s, democracy is heading for the proverbial dumpster. So, when these men would be heroes, who is there left to save the day?

Brobots is a substantial story told across three distinct books. They’re available in Kindle, iBooks, Kobo, and Amazon paperback.

Fans can’t seem to get enough either, because merchandise has been requested. So, while the author prepares t-shirts and ball caps (for books, you read that right) you can listen to the classicaltronic theme music on Apple or Spotify.

The conclusion, Balance of Estubria, publishes December 24. For updates see the author website. Plug them in. Wish they never end.

Media Kit for Red Gods Sing

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1. Publication Press Release PDF (no longer available)

2. Book Jacket Blurb

You’re a robot man living in 2060’s America. You’re off on a hot date. Forget fake news and flying saucers. What’s the one thing you should’ve packed?

Josh could be forgiven for being a little forgetful. In his world, the problem isn’t with AI. It’s with humans. (Some of them, at least.)

A threat is looming, and with it an ultimatum. Brobots like Josh can rise up. Or they can face extinction. Josh has decisions to make. But where will they leave a post-singularity world?

Part two of the Brobots trilogy.

“Clearly…a response to the political situation we find ourselves in come 2017. …[A]t its heart it is a character piece and a romance in the best way; the pairing in it is adorable [and has] great little character moments. [But it’s n]ot all light and fluffy. Quite often it can be dark [or] horrifying, but in a way to make you feel for those involved. …[I]nteresting sequel, combining politics with heart…” – Geek Syndicate

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4. Metadata

Author: Trevor Barton
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: International Day of Democracy, Friday, 15th September, 2017
Pre-orders Date: was “Juneteenth” U.S. Abolition of Slavery Day, 19th June, 2017
Page count: 400 pages
Formats: Paperback, Kindle, iBook (with three chapter graphics), Kobo
RRP: $12.90 paperback, $3.99 eBook
ISBN: 978-152-1502-136
ASIN: B072V8ZWTB
Product links:

Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/Red-Gods-Sing-Brobots-Book/dp/1521502137/
Kindle: http://a.co/6kdzGzG
iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/red-gods-sing/id1248545227?mt=11
Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/red-gods-sing/

Media Kit for Brobots

1. Press release (none)

2. Book Jacket Blurb

Jared takes home a cute man he finds in a dumpster and then gets drawn into a world of robots, parenting and conspiracy.

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.

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4. Metadata

Author: Trevor Barton
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: 9th (eBook) and 20th (paperback) December, 2016
Pre-orders Date: none
Page count: 350 pages
Formats: Paperback, Kindle, iBook (with some chapter graphics), Kobo
RRP: $12.90 paperback, $3.99 eBook
ISBN: 978-151-9098-986
ASIN: B01MTW5PJL
Product links: 

Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/Brobots-Trevor-Barton/dp/1519098987/
Kindle: 
http://a.co/8rm6DZp
Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/brobots
iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/brobots/id1217480908

Graphics

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