Mac vs. PC by Fletcher DeLanceyMac vs. PC by Fletcher DeLancey

Mac vs. PC

byFletcher DeLancey

Paperback | April 30, 2014

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As a computer technician at the university, Anna Petrowski knows she has one thing in common with doctors and lawyers, and it's not the salary. It's that everyone thinks her advice comes free, even on weekends. That's why she keeps a strict observance of her Saturday routine: a scone, a caramel mocha, and nobody bothering her. So when she meets a new campus hire at the Bean Grinder who needs computer help yet doesn't ask for it, she's intrigued enough to offer. It's the beginning of a beautiful friendship and possibly something more.But Elizabeth Markel is a little higher up the university food chain than she's let on, and the truth brings out buried prejudices that Anna didn't know she had.People and computers have one thing in common: they're both capable of self-sabotage. The difference is that computers are easier to fix.
Title:Mac vs. PCFormat:PaperbackDimensions:174 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.4 inPublished:April 30, 2014Publisher:Ylva Verlag e.Kfr.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:3955331873

ISBN - 13:9783955331870

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Short, sweet, funny, and so so good! Reading this book is an awesome way to spend the afternoon or evening, laughing and smiling your way thru a cute and funny romance that blooms from conversations about a certain computer system’s merits, among other things. There is some technical discussion about computers but it’s all easily understood by the layman rather than reading like a foreign language only understood by IT nerds and geeks. There is plenty of comedy including lots of on point commentary about university politics and hierarchy that had me snickering and nodding in agreement; Anna’s mother is particularly entertaining when she has scenes in the book. There is lots of entertainment value packed into this short story and it has me interested in reading more by this author in the future. Although the ending is satisfying, I would love to see these characters in a sequel or follow up story at some point so they can entertain me further with their banter and antics. I recommend Mac vs PC to anyone wanting to read some laughs and romance in a shorter than novel length story or to anyone who has strong feelings (positive or negative) about Macs or PC’s.
Date published: 2018-03-12