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I write adult stories for adult readers.
Writes: Science Fiction / Fantasy / Drama / Humor
Reads: just about anything (love self-published stories/books)
Plays: guitar, bass, PC games, with my cats, ice hockey
Drives: an old car that is paid for!
on April 17, 2014 :
Dear Travis Hill, please, please, PLEASE write novels in this same story. PLEEEASE! I want to know what happens next. I want to read about the wars. I want to know more about the agreement. I want to know what happens to criminals. I want to read about the dangerous district. I want more! As long as it is as good as this short story. No pressure.
Obviously, I loved this short story. I usually stay away from short stories, but thanks to the moderator of a Goodreads group in which I participate, I am beginning to change my mind. First independent authors, now short stories. Departure is both.
First, this is probably not entirely appropriate for the kiddos. There is sex. BTW, kudos on the sex. It’s not overly graphic but it’s hot. It’s nice to leave things to the imagination once in a while.
Second, the author does state that this is his version of a love letter to his wife. I’m a big nerd and this would be the absolute best love letter I could possibly receive. So bravo. The reason I mention this is because even though it is science fiction/ dystopian fiction, yes it is a love story- love for his wife, love for his children. The main character is a family man.
I actually cried. Gentlemen, please don’t let that fool you. There are a lot of interesting teasers in here. I am disappointed that I can’t immediately go find the subsequent novel and hope the author continues this story. However, I won’t rate down for the fact that so far, there is none. I know others don’t like that, but I am completely okay with it.
Did I mention that Departure is free on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords? Well it is. It’s free. It’s 45 pages long. In the grand scheme of life, the universe and everything, what do you have to lose? Not much. Give it a try.
(review of free book)
on April 13, 2014 :
Well written but ending was sadly predictable. I wish we found out what the "others agreed to in the compromise". It felt as though only 1 side (or faction) was suffered consequences. Overall it was a sad tale about "limits/boundaries".
(review of free book)