Teddy Hunter: The New World Order

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cyborgs, AI invaders robot-hunters and the underground all meet; and the meeting isn't friendly. More

Available formats: epub

Words: 104,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301345656
About Kevin Williams

Latest books:
Aaron+Henna: The Way of the Rat (oct 2016)
TeddyHunter: The Neanderthal Gene (Due feb. 2017)

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.)

Onna personal note; I've got a million wds 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 wd novelettes (mostly type-writer.); first computer stuff, 80's; novels+shorts. 4K compact)

Years of quarterlies,novels,cartoons subs; (apple-clones, compacts, pcs) '86: BBSing a shorts echo (rogue-bone), blogs, cartooning (80186)

I THINK I can add another million wds there. Maybe. Most of them are lost unless some old CD bkups turn up. (In Calgary.)
Milestone!
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. 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.

thanks.

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Reviews

Review by: John Bee on Sep. 27, 2013 :
Very good book. As good as book 1.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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