The following is an excerpt of a past life regression Dolores Cannon did where someone was incarnated as the last surviving bio-robot of a rogue robot army. It is about 3000 words or a 20 minute read. Can buy the book to read many other “stranger than fiction” past life accounts.
My first ebook is now on sale at Smashwords:
This story is a short milieu of Venus set in approximtely 5000CE. It is intended
as a hard sci-fi and most of the technologies in it are already available in one
form or another. Notably NASA has found that silicon carbide chips can endure
the pressures and temperatures of Venus, even though most metals would glow a
dark red color during those temperatures.
The fictional universe is one focused primarily on self-replicating robots, and
by 5000CE the Moon and Mercury have already been fully colonized, and Venus is
the pioneering ground.
This is a sequel to The Life Engineered, and quite possibly the only science fiction novel featuring a society of robots slated for production. Here is the first chapter free:
Chapter 1 : SABRINA
Heaven is purpose fulfilled.
I know this because that’s my reality. It’s my life. I open my eyes and look around. Billowing clouds surround me as I float amongst them. Golden yellow pillows of gas cover the sky above, occasionally breached by pillars of solid sunlight. Hundreds of kilometers below my feet, I see massive, dark red thunderheads, roiling and twisting at the mercy of monstrous winds.
Here is a recent free anthology of stories set in 2037 with characters from 2017. Some of the stories feature AI and robots:
The story of how relentless attachment to a companionbot leads to suffering. About 3,500 words or a 17 minute read.
Set in a world where robots have taken over the world and established a Catholic style church.
Short and to the point, it has a few puzzles of moderate difficulty. There are a few points where it seems rather hopeless how it can be completed, but some creative thinking can lead to the solution.
In terms of time, it’s somewhat of a short story, though the puzzles extend the time it takes to actually play through it if you have trouble figuring it out.
Can play it for free at :