The Gateway Project

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Fantasy novel. The bumbling apprentice burns his beard off again, trying to survive after being fired, cursed and captured by a few witches. More
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Words: 98,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301425235
About Kevin Williams

Latest books: Aaron+Henna: The Way of the Rat
TeddyHunter: The Neanderthal Gene
Teddyhunter: New Genes. (part two of The Neanderthal Gene. Due sept, 2017).

If you don't fall over laughing at least once while reading these, the book is a failure.

Other than that, SF is the lit/philosophy of western urbanization.
Problem-solving
the effect of tech
on people
via new mythology.

Beware, you MAY learn something. Or think a bit here and there.

Readers are welcome to proof-read; if I think it's a good correction, it goes in. (just send an e-mail, book-name + quoted line)
Thanks. (One long-suffering reader got a book dedicated to him.)

On a personal note; I've got a million words published at smashwords.com now. SF + fantasy novels, cartoons, short-stories.

Jeez, lemme see; This whole mess got started in grade school; shorts in HS; novels after. (first one done in pencil.)

Dozen or so 80,000 word novelettes (mostly type-writer.); first computer stuff, 80's; novels+shorts.

Years of quarterlies,novels,cartoons subs; (apple-clones, compacts, pcs) '86: BBSing a shorts echo (rogue-bone), blogs, cartooning

I THINK I can add another million words there. Maybe. Most of them are lost unless some old CD backups turn up.

Oh, if you don't make the best-seller list with your first novel today, you don't get a second. I think my count is ten now published and a dozen or so lost.
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* WARNING! * Live and live, (long i vs short) tho and thou. I use thou as tho sometimes. It's the most common complaint.
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Writing has been a hobby of mine since the third grade, and was an ambition even earlier. Cartooning, music, philosophy are other bad habits I keep up. (Plus a few secret ones I'm NOT telling you about, so there!)

I zined SF cons with shorts for years on the freebie table. Quarterly editions, mostly: fantasy, horror (Halloween), children's (Christmas), romantic comedy, (Valentines) hard SF, july 1st or world con. Most are in the collections, tho I'm still writing the occasional one today.

Enjoy, thanks, pass it on! (Have a day of it, eh?)

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Review by: John Bee on Sep. 27, 2013 :
Very good read. This man knows how to write a story.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)

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