From the author: It's been said of wealth that you can't take it with you when you die--but now, you can. As long as you've got the money, you can pay to have a digital duplicate of your consciousness cavort in a simulated afterlife on a private server forever. Unless you're Lehann Margrove, who got separated from his husband and duped into a "Paradise" he never wanted.
Updated Jan 4, 2020 · 4,373 words (16 minutes)
As Lehann Margrove breathes his last in a hospital room, unable to bear saddling his husband Daniel with his medical debt, he makes a choice: to accept a bribe from his abusive employer in exchange for Lehann to have his consciousness downloaded into his boss's privately owned, simulated digital afterlife for 90 days. But although Lehann signed up for 90 days of someone else's twisted idea of Paradise, he didn't sign up for complete isolation. Shouldn't there be others here? Where are they?
Updated Jan 8, 2020 · 5,346 words (20 minutes)
Lonely, afraid, and bitterly regretting his choice to keep on "living" away from his husband's side, Lehann searches for a way to reach Michael Fain, his abusive employer, whose own avatar exists--somewhere--in this simulated, digital afterlife called Perfectia, and confront him about the unjust universe he's created.
Updated Jan 15, 2020 · 3,737 words (14 minutes)
Lehann and two friends he has made, Marisa and Fields, begin the search across Perfectia for Michael Fain. Supposedly, there's a train that will take them most of the way. But what about the rest of the distance?