The Time I'm Given : Six days to make it real
Zee owes her life, indeed her very existence to the company. But she is dependent on them for her continued existence, and is legally property of the company. Now the competition has made a breakthrough that could change all of that. She has six days to infiltrate the competition, then find, and steal the secret that could set her free. Along the way she explores the idea of what it might mean to become a real person. She also has to make hard decisions about how she will treat people she thinks of as friends. There is so much to do, so much to gain, and so much to loose in the six days she has. She will have to decide how she will use the time she is given.
- Paperback | 254 pages
- 127 x 203 x 13mm | 256g
- 27 Sep 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
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About Guy B Wheatley
Guy Wheatley grew up as a military dependent living on or near military bases until age thirteen. He started junior high school in his family hometown of Gillett Arkansas where his father taught him to hunt and fish. He played football in high school and held farm related jobs during the summers throughout high school and college. He also spent one summer as deck crew on a Mississippi River tow boat. Leaving college before graduating, he took a job running an insurance agency for Planters and Merchants Bank in Gillett. Two years later he took up the same position for Merchants and Planters Bank in Hughes, Arkansas, just about 45 minutes east of Memphis Tennessee. He had been doing freelance editorial cartoons for several years and eventually took a job with the Texarkana Gazette as an editorial artist. His interest in technology led him to be an early adopter of computers in the newsroom where he became "The computer guy." Eventually he moved from graphics to technology and is currently the Technical Services Administrator at the Texarkana Gazette. During this time he went back to school and received his BGS degree with an concentration in English at Texas A&M - Texarkana. He is an avid reader but has also contributed several articles and columns to the Gazette throughout his career. He also wrote the "Texarkana Bikers Blog," a motorcycle blog, for the paper.