Friday, April 1, 2016

Spotlight: Tomorrow’s Child by Anthony Mayor



Tomorrow’s Child 
by Anthony Mayor
Genre: Science fiction thriller
Synopsis: 
In Tomorrow’s Child, Daniel has been recalled to the Copernicus Space Station more than two years after his departure. Little does he know that his mission will be to regroup his core research team to study and interact with the greatest advancement in human evolution…
It’s the 23rd century, and unbeknownst to the billions of inhabitants of Earth, Americans on the Copernicus Space Station are giving birth to extraordinary children who think faster than any human or computer and possess unusual psychic abilities. The “space children” have the potential to change the future of every living being in the solar system, and their existence is a carefully kept secret, especially from countries that are hostile to the US. But as time progresses, the secret becomes more difficult to keep, and the safety of the space children is jeopardized. Will these special children be allowed enough time to grow and test their burgeoning powers before being snatched up by a foreign power with a nefarious agenda?
About the book: 
Tomorrow’s Child by Anthony Mayor 
ISBN: 978-1-4787-6941-5 
Publisher: Outskirts Press 
Date of publish: March 2016 
Pages: 150 
S.R.P.: $14.95

About the author: 
For over 25 years, Anthony Mayor has worked as an ergonomist—the science of designing and arranging products to optimize them for human use. He has a Master of Arts degree in industrial psychology and is also the author of Empathy One. Anthony and his wife have four children and live in Portland, Oregon.

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