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Is it cool if I post a link to my book?

I know about the 10% rule, but I don't want to come off as spammy or step on anyone's toes. I just published a sci-fi book and was wondering if it was cool to post about it on various tribes.

Thanks!

3 years ago by mcoorlim with 6 comments

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  • Jourdy288
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    What's your book about?

    • mcoorlim
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      Near future science fiction technothriller. It's about a woman in 2025 who can't remember the last decade trying to get by in a shattered economy with no resources or work history. Then people start trying to kill her.

      • Jourdy288
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        Sounds exciting! Is it kinda cyberpunk?

        • mcoorlim
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          Corporate personhood, ubiquitous computing, handheld devices that basically do everything, social media, advanced prosthesis... we pretty much hit "cyberpunk" a few years ago! :)

          I wrote the novel using best-guess and most-likely scenarios of the near future regarding stuff like automation, medical technology, augmented reality, AI-based apps, and 3D printing, as well as climate change, unemployment, and drone-surveillance, so a lot of it is pretty cyberpunk, though without the 80s aesthetic. Maybe closer to Strange Days than Blade Runner. Technoshock and cultureshock play big roles.