A B Potts
Guilty as charged. I spent most of my childhood daydreaming in worlds inspired by the likes of Jules Verne, Gene Roddenberry and Ian Fleming. Further fuelled by TV programmes such as Doctor Who, The Professionals, The Man from UNCLE and Tomorrow’s World, it is only to be expected that my stories should be imaginative and futuristic with a hint of humour.
At school, whilst others were listening to and absorbing the cold, hard facts of the French Revolution, I was running amuck through the streets of France with the Scarlet Pimpernel saving the Dauphin from the evil clutches of ‘Les Citoyens’. Nowadays, I have a very dull job as a bookkeeper so I continue to daydream of intergalactic fire fights and car chases though the Stelvio Pass with various baddies attempting to machine gun me into oblivion...
... and so you see, I'm off on my travels again. It really is that easy for me to be transported to these other worlds. Places I now want to share with others. I just hope you get as much enjoyment from my stories as I have.
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The Log Entries of Jenny Terran
by A B Potts
Approx. 28,850 words.
Published on December 29, 2012.
Star Trek, Crewman Jenny Terran: "My name is Jenny Terran and I can't tell you when I was born because I don't know. I was found as a baby by a Starfleet officer on board an abandoned alien vessel of unknown origin in an uncharted region of space. No one knows how I got there or who my parents were. I was called Jenny after the officer that found me and Terran because that is my species."
by A B Potts
Approx. 157,190 words.
Published on December 19, 2012.
THE ESPION SERIES: Kylem is a humanoid/android cross created by an alien race. He's also just a kid, although he doesn't look it. Having escaped his creators, he's free to roam the galaxies and the first stop is Earth.
Although the second book in the series, it is a tale in its own right and has been written so that reading the first book is not essential.
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Smashwords book reviews by A B Potts
- Armed & Dangerous
on Nov. 26, 2011
A well-written book with good plot and descriptive detail. Definitely one for the James Bond fans, especially those who like a will-she/won't she love angle.