Explain That to a Martian

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
This for Nadia. It was three in the morning, and I had a Martian in my house. Just how drunk was I? But here he was, looking like something molded out of play doh. What else could I do but have another drink and make us fish finger sandwiches. More
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About Gary Weston

Hello again.
Working on getting the re-write of One Man's Dream out as a paperback and ebook shortly, before end of 2019. Why the re-write? This was the first full-length book as an Indie several years ago and it was a very personal story for me. A new chapter and reworking the rest to bring it up to date was in order and worth putting it out as a new release.
I'll then be working on Drifta's Quest 2 for next year. Throw in a uni art degree course and I've enough to keep this old man busy for quite some time.
New sci fi release, Drifta's Quest, introduces a whole new bunch of characters and ideas. Ok for teens and adults, it follows the adventures of Driftalox, Drifta to his friends. In this action filled story this young adventurer proves resourceful and determined. On smashwords free for a time so my readers here can enjoy it at no risk.

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James Jenkins reviewed on Aug. 12, 2016

Not overly good, bad or original. But for some strange reason I think I want to read the second book in the series.
(review of free book)
David Gervais reviewed on Jan. 4, 2014
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Culture clash viewed with a sense of humour and openness by the protagonists.
All three stories are fun.
(review of free book)
James Field reviewed on Oct. 20, 2013

Excellent, recommend it.
(review of free book)
Zvi Zaks reviewed on June 4, 2012

What if you found a blobby Martian in your apartment asking you about various aspects of human life including specifically your own sex life (or lack thereof. Worse, you're a little soused and tend to use a lot of idioms which the Martian takes literally. This is the premise of 'Explain That.' While not hard Sci Fi, this short story is an amusing take on how a first encounter might play out, and raises thoughtful questions about humanity in general. It's a good read.
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