David Gill

Biography

Most of my previous life was spent flying aeroplanes for a living, and my wife and I have now been resident in Christchurch, New Zealand for the last 10 years. Originally from the UK, I arrived here in time for the 2 major earthquakes that changed the face of Christchurch city forever. Apart from the occasional shake, NZ is a nice place to be. I have completed three novels in the "Phasewave" series that are now being published as a trilogy.

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Books

Entity: The Sentient Being
Price: Free! Words: 61,290. Language: English. Published: November 21, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
In 2190, Earth is dying, but one man is convinced that he can save its population. Working off planet, he experiments with a combination of artificial intelligence and microbiology, producing, two years later, a cheap, pollution-free energy source. He then realises that his invention is capable of achieving much more than he had anticipated, and the experiment continues – for a further 2500 years.
Teleportation - Do We Believe?
Price: Free! Words: 56,550. Language: English. Published: October 9, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » High tech
Mike Casino is the go-to man when things go wrong, and he finds himself lumbered with a seemingly insurmountable problem when he is tasked to resurrect a forty-year old attempt at human teleportation that went spectacularly wrong. He is sceptical about the project's chances, but some surprising discoveries begin to change his mind and end up changing his whole life in a totally unexpected way.
Phasewave - Alien Creation
Price: Free! Words: 191,550. Language: English. Published: January 22, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
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Set in the future, in a distant part of space, the processing of a communications transmission accidentally creates an alien. The alien then attempts to protect humankind from its own self-destructive nature, but its presence is not universally accepted. By chance, it makes contact and merges with another form of alien life to assume a physical form, finally allowing it to achieve its goal.

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