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Brian Schwarz

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Burnsville, The United States
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March 2014


Hi Everyone!

My name is Brian and I hail from Minneapolis MN. I'm an avid reader and aspiring writer. I work for a literary agent, the great Jessica Sinsheimer, as a reader. And when I'm not working or reading, I can be found travelling the world with my wife or cozying up with my pets at home.

That's me! Looking to meet more writer friends and more readers!

I’ve been a pretty poor blogger over the course of the last year or two. In fact, if my calendar can be trusted, I haven’t posted anything since February of 2016.


Although you’d wonder if I was still alive and kicking around these parts, truth is I’ve been quite active on social media. Particularly one platform — where I’ve been giving out writing advice and helping writers on the regular as bes...

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Shades

3.89 avg rating — 19 ratings — published 2014 — 4 editions
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Shades (Mystery & Thrillers)
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Description: Human civilization has reached its pinnacle after a genius, Dr. Grypphon Caldwell, creates the revolutionary O-Chip: a technology that turns the human mind into a wireless device. Just by thinking, people are able to turn electronics on and off, access the internet, change the temperature of a room, and communicate in any language without actually speaking out loud. Syntax Corporation has become a household name. But one day, something goes terribly wrong. It begins when a husband continues to communicate with his wife through one such device weeks after his death. Within a few short days, a group of completely random strangers are brought together to try to uncover the dark mysteries surrounding the O-Chip before time runs out.
The Wise Man's Fear
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