A number of unacquainted adults, from various walks of life, routinely enjoy the benefits of residing in a nation where liberty and justice are among its chief luxuries. Having different statuses of education, income, and ethnicity, all are suddenly forced to cope firsthand with the “domino effect” of America’s violent reaction to the assassination of a promising female presidential nominee, Gov. Ceinwen Jarvis. In a day and time where the advancement of technology allows one’s voting status, banking information, and even medical history to be accessed by microchip scan, they quickly realize that America – as well as their own lives – will never be the same.

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Jack of all trades, master of none – save for the art of procrastination – K. Baskett lives by the motto, “Never do today what can be put off until tomorrow.” K. firmly believes that you aren’t really interested in the author’s hometown, spouse, children or pets, and has therefore decided to spare you the details.

No Greater Illusion is the author’s debut novel.



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  1. That kind of technology is scary as all get out to me! No Greater Illusion sounds like a very interesting read!

  2. AprilR – thanks for having me your blog to share the word about No Greater Illusion.

    @KarenC – It is sorta scary! I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want to get "chipped" if that technology ever becomes widespread. Thanks for the comments about my book, I hope you get a chance to check it out.

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