"A mixture of satire and science fiction, spiritual pondering and scatological polemics, the book is utterly original."
Lisabet Sarai, Goodreads Reviewer
“Not sure what I have gotten into here. Ha. I like it. Ha.”
Moon Shine Art Spot, Reader
"Author Biff Mitchell has a unique writing style that makes this book a great read. The story is just out of the ordinary, which compelled me to read it. This sense of style he has is just what is needed to make this an enjoyable--and funny--read. Having a big sale, on-site celebrity, or other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it."
Lisa Anne, Book Review Cafe
For two millennia, the mortals have turned the Earth into a disaster zone and now the Gods of Rome want it back.
Asleep for 2000 years from a spell cast to stop, Jupiter, the King of the Roman Gods, from having sex with the mortal women, the gods awaken and the ensuing war threatens to destroy all life on Earth.
Set in bars, heaven and hell, and a world of mass destruction, Oops is a hilarious extension of Roman mythology into the 21st Century.
The question is: Are there enough seedy bars and enough Scotch for a group of rogue gods to save the world?
It's 2060. In Backstreet Records, a brooding audiophile thinks murder. Upstairs at Studio4Ward where skulls, dreams and beer cans are the stuff of art, 300 pounds of human sculpture dangles dead from the wall. It's time to call in the notorious super sleuth Boston Jonson to smoke out the murderer with insults and Zen.
In the late 21st Century, A body is found in the headquarters of the world's largest fast food franchise, Barto Burger, creators of the world's first completely cloned hamburger. It's time to bring in Boston Jonson, crime consultant extraordinaire, to use Zen and insults to unravel a startling mystery. Boston dives into a jungle of underground catacombs, mad scientists, homicidal public relations managers and a corporate world gone mad with genetic engineering, cloning and cruelty to old people.
When a nasty little plague of people turning into stone in coffee shops around the city threatens the bottom line of the Coffee Cartels and their highly addictive designer coffees, investigative consultant, Boston Jonson, is tossed into a world where everyone is out to either admire him or kill him, a world of annoying weirdoes who are probably better off turned into stone.
In this sequel to The War Bug, Cassie Hayes is the idol of the universe.
For a thousand years, she's been triumphant in the Reality Wars, a deadly series of real and virtual games played every 100 years and broadcast throughout the galaxies. But Cassie, a sentient software program, is tormented by the death of her virtual mother after her human father abandoned them 2000 years earlier.
Now he's back...just in time to abandon her again as he goes off to save the universe with the help of a computer virus that thinks it's Buddha.
In just a few hours, Abner Hayes' wife and daughter are going to die, and the only way he can save their lives is to team up with a deadly computer virus and travel through time and space in a virtual universe that itself has only hours to live. Through suicidal game worlds, virtual landscapes that threaten to devour the unwary, and a series of insidious cyber traps, Abner and the virus must stay one step ahead of sinister forces that will stop at nothing to destroy his family in order to steal their incredible secret. Spliced with dark humor and intricate characters, The War Bug is a non-stop roller coaster thriller into a terrifying future.
"Lovingly detailed, Mitchell uses a series of scenes, emails
and vignettes to lead the reader spellbound and helpless with incredulous laughter. His
characterization is deep, yet the book itself is easily read. Off-beat, darkly humorous and all-to-realistic, TEAM PLAYER is a truly great read."
Susan DiPlacido in Blue Iris Review
Nothing Is As It Seems
Seven odd people living seven separate lives with a secret connection that will change them forever.
Jack fears the woman he loves. Jackson feels his comfortable life crumble from an unknown source. Jax is ready to commit murder under the orders of an internet being. Jacky falls in love with a woman he can see just once a week. Jacques destroys his career with a mistaken email. Jac is the most hated man on earth when children kill their pets and themselves after reading his books. Jackie hates her life until she makes a stunning discovery.
What is their secret and how did it stay beyond their reach for so long? The Weekly Man explores the limits of self-deception and the consequences of not knowing who we are in a world where secrets can be deadly.
Originally serialized over 72 days, The Weekly Man is the world's first daily serialized coffee break novel, now available in a single book.
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