The Earthlings

Alien colonists who warp spacetime as easily as lighting a cigarette . . . Refugees searching for a home in a hostile landscape . . . A mysterious disease whose source is out of this world . . . Virtuality reality brings out the worst in humanity, and much more.

The people who share this planet with us are mind-blowing, sometimes literally.
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About E.W. Story

The initials in the name “E. W. Story” stand for “Evelyn William”. He might also be called “Ed”. Ed was possibly born in Cleve, South Australia, and raised in Adelaide, where he may have studied mathematics. Some propose that he lived in Perth and Darwin as well. It’s not beyond the realm of chance that he has a wife (Liz), two children (Luke and Sarah-Jane), and a dog (Darth). He definitely sold a story called “Cold Sleep, Cold Dreams” that was published in the landmark 1994 Australian science fiction anthology Alien Shores.

He is also, almost certainly, the author of “On the Blink”, a story that rated third in a readers’ poll of the Canberra SF Society in 1992. That story appeared under the name “Bradley MacMillan”.

He could also be #1 New York Times-bestselling author "Sean Williams".

Which is the pseudonym? You decide.

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About the Series: The E.W. Story (Sean Williams) Pulp Series
Alien artefacts, good and ill . . . Wild journeys and deadly destinations . . . Desires twisted and pure . . . Gods, humans, spyders, chronoisseurs, booger-bears, hallucinogenae, exomusicologists, necrovores, talking shrubs, Golden Screaming Tree Frogs, and more!

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Reviews of The Earthlings by E.W. Story

James Jenkins reviewed on Oct. 29, 2016
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I read the first story, and it didn't do anything for me. I followed it ok, but at the end you have a man with a dead loved one with a message to the loved one undelivered, and alien who skips through time, and you just stop?

I started the second story. It seemed like it was going to develop much like the first, so I stopped reading.
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