Quotes by D.L. Morrese

"What you see depends on where you stand."

"But people die every day, and it is not your job to save them. Their lives are short. Few make it to a single century. Most die before they reach much over half that. You’ll see thousands die during the course of the project, and it’s something you’re going to have to come to terms with. Don’t get too attached to the primitives.” The"

"mystical sensitivities detected a hidden truth. The headman’s sister was undeniably a woman blessed by the gods and the old woman was obviously possessed by an evil demon. The android dog briefly wondered if they all suffered from a form of mass delusion, perhaps caused by some kind of brain-eating virus. “What"

"I am a level one administrative android with full cognitive and decision-making capabilities. Your request does not meet criteria for approval."

"Please be advised that we are no longer open to unsolicited requests for contact with sentient species. We’ve tried that, studied it, and found it has only limited survival value. If you persist in your efforts, we will, of course, be happy to demonstrate this point.” A"


Books by D.L. Morrese

  • Brane Child
  • 55 ratings
  • December 20th 2014 by Fuzzy Android
  • The Warden Threat
  • 41 ratings
  • March 1st 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

    (first published September 9th 2011)

  • The Warden War
  • 19 ratings
  • January 30th 2013 by Fuzzy Android

    (first published September 12th 2011)

  • Amy's Pendant
  • 13 ratings
  • March 12th 2013 by Fuzzy Android

    (first published March 9th 2013)

  • Defying fate
  • 12 ratings
  • July 21st 2011 by D.L. Morrese

    (first published July 1st 2011)

  • Disturbing Clockwork
  • 10 ratings
  • April 22nd 2013 by Fuzzy Android

    (first published April 20th 2013)

D.L. Morrese
  • D.L. Morrese

  • Born: in The United States.

  • Description: D.L. Morrese was an uninspired student in high school, but went on to college because he figured a degree might help him get a job indoors with no heavy lifting. He rather enjoyed college and did fairly well, despite working full time as a short-order cook. He eventually earned degrees in philosophy and government and went on to grad school where he studied behavioral science. Then, somewhat to his surprise, he landed an office job (the kind with decent pay, health insurance, and even a pension). This wasn't his dream job, but he earned a few promotions, which allowed him to save enough money for a frugal early retirement and enough free time to pursue his current hobby as a science fiction writer. He now lives outside Orlando, Florida. You can find out more about him at his website: http://dlmorrese.wordpress.com/