I killed the man that wasn't there

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Presented for your entertainment four tales of futuristic horror by an author you probably never heard of. In his desperate attempt to introduce you to his writing he is offering them to you free of charge, and hopes you enjoy them. More
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About Darrell B Nelson

Darrell B. Nelson is a former Securities Broker and Insurance Agent who has decided to use the total meltdown of his former industry, and the total destruction of any illusions of personal financial security the meltdown caused, as an opportunity to pursue a writing career.

His passion for writing was encouraged at a young age by his his mother, who would read to him every night. Fueling his dreams in ways only books can. As he got older she took him to the library every week. Letting his imagination soar.

While other children his age were dealing with where they were and what they were doing, he was flying through space helping to build Asimov's Foundation, Make way for Clarke's Star Child, or living on Bova's Selene. Needless to say, he tripped over things a lot.

When he started writing he knew in the future his works would be of great importance, as time travelers arrived and started watching his every move. Or, maybe they were cats, wondering if he would pet them and rub their ears. Time Travelers have whiskers and like to curl up in your lap, right?

In his free time he likes to hang out on Facebook, marveling at how far we've come since the time of the Egyptians who would worship cats and write on walls.

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Reviews of I killed the man that wasn't there by Darrell B Nelson

plut0 reviewed on Jan. 5, 2012

I liked these stories the plots are good and they are well written. I did however have a feeling that all of these could also be worked out in bigger stories.
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Joseph Veramu reviewed on Sep. 18, 2011

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this collection of sci fi stories. They are very intelligently written, well plotted and atmospheric. Nelson has the talent of writing about difficult science comcepts in a way that the layman can understand and weaving them into stories that suspend our disbelief. I suggest that this book be also offered on Amazon. Nelson is a writer to watch out for.
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Anna Bell reviewed on May 10, 2011

Old School Science Fiction with a horror twist. I liked it.
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Chuck Howard reviewed on April 15, 2011

Interesting twists on horror stories using everything from Quantum Mechanics to good old rocket science. A good read for people who love science fiction as well those who just like good old fashion horror stories.
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Sonya Donson reviewed on April 7, 2011

I Killed A Man That Wasn't There by Darrell Nelson is a very exciting way to discribe time travel! What a great read and ingenious story! Thank you for sharing. Sonya
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