#Booktour – Grinders by C.S. Boyack

Solving problems always seems to create new ones. That’s the topic on the Grinders blog tour today. I’m at Robbie’s place, and hope you’ll come chat. Robbie is a pretty diverse author herself, so look around while you’re there. Maybe you’ll find a couple of additional books to add to your list.

Robbie's inspiration

Today, I am delighted to have author C.S. Boyack or Craig from Entertaining Stories over to tell you all about his fantastic new book, Grinders.

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Thanks for the invitation, Robbie. I’m here to talk about my new book, Grinders. I’ll let the blurb speak as to the plot and characters today, because this post is about the environment the story is placed in.

Grinders is in a sub-category of science fiction known as cyberpunk. This is neither dystopia nor utopia, but a futuristic world where computer technology is a driving force. Which is getting me to the main topic today: Solving Problems Creates New Ones.

Science Fiction is a great exercise for any author. We have to ask ourselves where we will be in the future based upon what we see today. I see a world where Alexa and Siri are pretty prominent. A world where home security runs through…

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17 responses to “#Booktour – Grinders by C.S. Boyack

  1. Best of luck with the tour, Craig. 🙂

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  2. Just left a comment on Robbie’s site and shared the post on FB, too, Craig. Lovely interview, and for the record, the electric forest was one of my very favorite things in a world filled with uber-creative stuff! 🙂 Great job!

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  3. It is a long walk to South Africa.

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  4. A great post, Craig. Thanks for visiting me.

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  5. Craig, I’m a little more than halfway through. It’s another great book. I’m thoroughly enjoying it.

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  6. Thanks for reblogging, Craig! Best wishes for Grinders!

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  7. You’ve done a magnificent job of thinking out all the political nuances of things like plastics, etc.

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