Matthew Arnold Stern just released a new novel about a women looking for a new life by using her Commodore Amiga. Introduction: In 1985, Laura Rodriguez came to Silicon Valley to start a career as a computer programmer. She wound up in a quirky startup run by a family with secrets. In 2016, Laura faces growing professional and family crises, as well as the most divisive presidential election in recent history. She fears losing her job in the wake of a merger, and she distrusts her new millennial boss. Her daughter has cancer, her son quit a lucrative programming job and moved back home, and her marriage is crumbling – especially when an old flame reenters her life. Laura must find solutions from a past she wants to forget. She may find them in an old, but still powerful computer, the Commodore Amiga… To read more please visit this link.

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