Gogol, The AI Powered Dog #FFSunday

“ This will be the most important day of my life,” Ivan said to his wife earlier that afternoon.      As she crossed her arms and shot him an all too familiar look, he attempted to amend himself. “Outside of our wedding day of course.”      “Mmhm,” she moaned while defiantly tilting her head to avoid a peck on the lips. “Take your pills.”      Ivan was the chief engineer of a secretive department at Advantex Toy Corporation in Omaha, Nebraska. A relatively new company, they’ve received a massive amount of funding from the titans out in Silicon Valley, and even snapped up the long-vacant lot on 14th and Dodge where they built a sleek glass tower… Continue Reading

Introducing #FFSunday

Beginning this Sunday (9/20/20), I’ll begin posting weekly works of flash fiction. As an up-and-coming crime fiction writer, this is my opportunity to show the world my storytelling talent. However, you still may be asking yourself: Who the fuck is Brett Booker anyway?      To put it bluntly, I’m a convicted cyber-criminal who is currently serving an eleven-and-a-half year sentence in federal prison for “research chemicals” and my activities on the dark net. Having been sent to prison nearly five years ago, I’ve used my keen observation skills and own experiences in the criminal underworld to write immersive, mystifying and introspective stories.      This is one of many reasons why I stand out against my peers in the… Continue Reading

Beating The Feds: A Manifesto

“The truly vile individuals in society are the ones whom have willingly allowed the powerful elite to dominate and influence them, rather than embracing individuality. Therefore, they’re destined to drown in the vast ocean of mediocrity, unremitting till death; while the elite swim upon it, perpetually taking pleasure in the treasure troughs in which they’ve succeeded in procuring through one’s demise.”      – Brett Booker, USP Leavenworth, 5/30/2017      On November 14th, 2016, my life changed forever. As I stood before a United States District Court Judge, I was sentenced at the age of twenty-two to a consecutive term of eleven-and-a-half years for “research chemicals” and my activities on the dark net. A term that represented more than… Continue Reading

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