Discover Tomorrow

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Nichole Haines

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This Science Fiction has a total of twelve different Science Fiction short stories in this book. All of three books are Dystopian Science Fiction books. Most of her books revolve around Artificial Intelligence, quantum computers, and Advanced Technology being evil and take over humans and the world



Short Summary

From beyond the tinted window, Evan heard the shouts and cries and primal banging of metal drums that were the trademark noises of the shantytowns. He was very happy when the car kept going and the sounds faded away behind them. At one point the car coasted to a stop.

Finally he felt reality, or whatever dream world he had come to, solidifying around him. As though he were in a simulation run by an ancient and ponderous computer, taking its sweet time in building the environment he was meant to inhabit. He got out of bed and walked down a long, narrow hall.


USA, Germany

Based on a True Story


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Plot - Other Elements

Other,Twist,Philosophical Questions,Coming of Age

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: All different different Characters in the book because there are 12 different stories

Age: There are all different ages in the stories

Gender: Female

Role: Logical

Key Traits: Adventurous,Aggressive,Charming,Confident,Crazy,Desperate,Faithful,Flexible,Gracious,Strong Moral Code,Manipulative,Secretive,Seductive,Religious,Patriotic,Modest,Masculine

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Development Pitch

Well my Discover Tomorrow book is rated a 4.5 out of a 5 rating on Amazon even though it is a self published book. I got so many great reviews for my book on Amazon, so I think this Science Fiction book has a great potential to turn into a movie since it has a lot of different Science Fiction stories in it. Here is one of my readers review for Discover Tomorrow. This is one of the kind of books that I really like the most. I love futuristic dystopian novels so when I read the description I decided to give this one a go. And I’m glad I did. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. This was one that I found that I couldn’t put down which is something I really enjoy when I find a new author to check out. I really like the idea of the society being stuck inside and having no idea what is going on in the outer world. It offers such a mystery as to what is actually happening in the world of this story when we start reading and it all unravels as we read. From the description I read the “old world Statue of Liberty” and I knew that this would be a book I would enjoy. And then I just had to know what was going on with the LABOON and the wall. As I was reading I really enjoyed the world buildingthat Nichole Haines has set up here. There was so much to get lost in. Even when I read about the whole “satanic rules” from the description, I almost didn’t read it because that’s never really been my thing. I’m glad I went ahead and gave it a try. If you like futuristic scifi dystopian reads than

About The Author

My name is Nichole and I have a mild case of Cerebral Palsy. I have two daughters but none of my daughters have Cerebral Palsy because Cerebral isn't genetic. I was a Computer Science major in college, but the math part of it was too difficult for me to finish my degree, so I dropped out of college. My father was a well-known bodybuilder in the 1980s named Joe Meeko. Unfortunately, my father passed away in 2009. The Dome City is the very first Science Fiction book I have ever written in my life, and the books Discover Tomorrow and Maze are the second and third books I wrote. People want me to write more books in the future, but I think I'm done writing for now. In my free time, I like to read other authors Science Fiction books, read the Bible, watch movies science fiction movies, listen to music, and spend time with my two daughters and the rest of my family. My favorite Science movies are Logan's Run, Z.P.G from 1972, and all of the Star Wars movies. My favorite Science Fiction show is Handmaiden's Tale. Many people have told me that I'm an Elizabeth Moss lookalike.

Target Audiences

Age: 13-17,18-34,35-54,55+

Target Gender: Universal

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Publisher: Nichole Haines

Year Published: 2019

Hard Copy Available



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