Meet Mark the bouncer of Geoff’s Tavern. First mentioned in “The Shifty Captive“, first seen in “The Secrets of the Trade.”
Mark, the bouncer, looked at me. “You don’t look like you need to cardsharp anymore, Shifty, but I still expect you to play clean.”
FYI: I have used D2D to expand the distribution of The Shifty Captive where this character first mentioned in so you can read it on other online venues beyond Amazon.
4 out of 5
An abbey preserves humanity’s knowledge through worldwide holocausts which can be inspiring or depressing according to the reader’s temperment, which is a more subtle piece of writing than is usually seen nowadays.
What can a magician’s minion do when he’s between an ambitious upstart and a hard master in a magical battle? That’s a trade secret you can learn on Kindle and Kindle Select..
Geoff of Geoff’s Tavern in The Shifty Captive
Geoff’s Tavern was my favorite watering hole and the preferred office for my numerous sidelines. He had a high tolerance for rogues like me as long as we were discreet.
FYI: I have used D2D to expand the distribution of The Shifty Captive where this character appears so you can read it on other online venues besides Amazon.
These are the type of scifi writing prompts you’ll see in my upcoming scifi writing prompt releases in 2018.
This robot baby looks like the star of a scifi horror to me. It was meant to measure the
microbes on carpets.
This Incredibly Creepy Robot Baby Shows How Disgusting Your Carpet Really Is
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Humans shape changed into stray cats better earn their keep with Emmie
“What a scruffy looking thing you are…I hope you’re a good mouser at least.”
3 out of 5
Heinlein wrote and thought out a credible tale of alien invasion, but it seems to be more a means of liberating 1950s society of norms he found constrictive. Then again that can be said for most alien invasion and disaster stories that are popular nowadays. Humans rise to the challenge in Heinlein’s tale while today’s authors would write of a complete societal collapse. Some may prefer Heinlein’s resolution but the modern reader seems to like things gritty and grimdark. At the very least they will enjoy the fact that Heinlein’s grasp of science, biology and technology is better though out than most modern sci-fi offerings.