The Simp Series

The Simp Series takes readers to an alternate future where synthetic humans (simps) developed by I.D.E. Incorporated have integrated with society.  In this cyberpunk thriller, Hailey Pachello has managed to survive by living on the run and relying on herself.  What she lacks in social skills, she makes up for with a slingshot and a ruthless determination to live.

Everybody loved the simple life synthetic humans offered.  They took the menial jobs, and bolstered the economy.  They cared for the elderly, served as companions for the lonely and even went to war for us...but everything changes when a programmer infects the simps with a tiny string of code that slowly chips away at the polite veneer of artificial intelligence.


The idea of making life simple appealed to the mainstream. After the economic collapse of the twenty-first century, the government latched on to technology like an economic life-line. Bio-synthetic humanoids integrated into society with relative ease. Taking on the menial jobs, humans grew dependent on their android counterparts, but the corporate sector took things too far. Wrapped in their one-click comfort zones, people trudged along with their latte’s and fashion trend blinders.

No one seemed to notice that they weren’t acting as hospitable as they once had. They should have. They didn’t have weaknesses like we did, and, they were capable of clever, unimaginable cruelty. People didn’t stand a chance.

Hailey Pachello doesn’t do people. She relies on herself because it’s easier. It’s safer, and it’s less dramatic. That is until she meets Leonard ‘Gizzard’ O’Malley. Giz has connections and a plan, and it might just be a good one.


Nothing simple is real.
A little over a year ago, there was no trace of civilization and most people survived by living on the run. Hiding from the highly developed synthetic humans that claimed their place at the top of the food chain. Mankind’s cyber-genetic counterparts were designed to make life less complicated, but Lee Pachello knows that nothing simple is real. Life is not meant to be simple. It’s meant to be challenging. It’s meant to be harsh at times.

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