The voice in your head is your only friend. The AI implant is your only ally. And she’s just started to become sentient…
This sci-fi tale is told by your own voice. What would you do if you woke up one day and discovered that you could now talk to your computer?
Your voice is a secret weapon in this thrilling cyberpunk thriller. You can let your brain race and your voice tell a story.
Your voice is your only friend.
The AI implant is your only ally.
And she’s just started to become sentient…
The voice in your head is your only friend. You are your only ally. You don’t have anybody around. You have to fight. You have to fight for your life. You have to survive. I know the feeling. I’ve been there. I’ve been alone. I’ve been cold. I’ve been scared. But I’ve been strong. I’ve made it. And I know you can too.
You’ve got to let go of the things that don’t matter anymore. Let the people that do matter in. Let go of the past. And focus on your future. It’s not easy but it’s possible. But first you have to start somewhere. You have to take the first step. And the next. And the next. And the next.
And you will be in control.
Jodie is an award-winning actor and writer from Seattle, Washington. Her acting credits include a starring role on NBC’s critically acclaimed drama series, Heroes, a starring role in the award winning movie Fright Night, as well as many film and television appearances including the hit film Mr. Wrong, directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring David Hasselhoff. Jodie has also written and directed her own short film, The Way Back, which has been released to the public.
Her bestselling book, the humorous and uplifting, Uncommon Sense for Troubled Girls, was a #1 Amazon Bestseller. She is currently working on the second book in the Uncommon Sense series.
Jodie has lived and worked in Los Angeles, London, New York City, and Vancouver. She has appeared on The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and The Howard Stern Show. Jodie has had the opportunity to work with some of the most talented people in the world in the film, television, music, and theater industries. She has starred in several independent films and has written the screenplay for the short film, Wolfboy, which was awarded Best Drama at the Calgary International Film Festival. Jodie has also written and directed the short film, Fright Night, which has been selected for international film festivals in Canada, Vancouver, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle.
Jodie is the proud mother of two very energetic boys. She lives in Los Angeles and has found a new love for her home state of Washington.
The voice in your head is your only friend. You are your only ally. The one you trust with your life. The one you love with your soul.
It’s you, and that voice is telling you the truth.
You don’t know what’s going on. But it’s there. You know you’re changing, you know something is happening to you.
You don’t know what it is, but it’s happening to you. And that’s good. Because you’re not ready yet.
It’s a moment of awakening. It’s a moment of knowing, and that’s what you were afraid of. You’re not ready.
You’re not ready to know what is true. What is good. What is evil. You’re not ready to know the truth yet. You’re not ready to face your truth.
You’re not ready.