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Quantum Ball: A Tech Action Novel

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Quantum Ball: A Tech Action Novel

For every technology glitch, there is an equal and opposite innovation.

Quantum Ball” is described by author K. A. Wood as “a technological action story with a touch of magic,” with the notion that magic is just yet-to-be-explained technology. The main character is a noble, handsome, brilliant nerd – the nerd every nerd wants to be. The quantum computing aspect in the story is pure fantasy – even if we had a quantum computer (we don’t yet), it couldn’t do the things it does in this story. The story’s aim is not any deep science philosophy or universe saving, but rather a fun and adventure at times even romantic (from a nerd perspective).

About the Author

This is K. A. Wood’s first novel, which he refers to as a “tech action novel,” though it could have easily been called a “nerd’s action novel.” He describes Quantum Ball as “a technology action story with a touch of magic,” with the understanding that magic is just yet-to-be-explained technology.

An avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, and action-adventure novels, he always felt he could write unique stories with his own style, experiences, and perspective. He often holds conversations using movies, TV shows, and book quotes.

He is much younger than his forty-plus years in the computer industry suggest. He started working on large computer systems as a junior in high school as the teacher’s technician in his school district’s only computer science program.

Growing up on ’50s and ’60s science fiction and horror movies, his childhood dream was to become a mad scientist as an adult. He got close, but he was never that mad at anything.

Quantum Ball” was written by K. A. Wood and published by Write My Wrongs LLC. The book is available on Amazon.

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