David Winship has written an unauthorised autobiography and several critically disdained literary tomes. His work is frequently compared with Steinbeck, Orwell and Hemingway, but unfortunately Mike Steinbeck, Daisy Orwell and Howard Hemingway were all terrible writers. He has been totally overlooked for the most prestigious literary awards worldwide, which is a shame as most of the words are spelled correctly. In fact, his books contain material that ranks with the finest literary works in history: all the right letters are there, just not necessarily in the right order.
His blog (The Speed Of Dark Blog) is part of his crusade for truth and justice and universal entitlement to free real ale. It may well be that his whole purpose in life is to serve as a warning to others.
He is currently working on a series of short stories about two extraterrestrials who find the Voyager 1 space probe floating around in outer space. His next book will be the ultimate key to the map of life, a jewelled window to the soul of mankind, an illuminating journey through the complexities and mysteries of the human condition. In the meantime, we will have to make do with these tales about wacky space aliens.
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by David Winship
Neil, an avid aquarium hobbyist, is visited by an extraterrestrial who warns him that a species evolved from ants is bent on overthrowing humankind. He must act to save his fish...
Through The Wormhole, Literally
by David Winship
If the Voyager 1 space probe was picked up by extraterrestrials, what would happen? Here's your opportunity to find out. Voyager 1 was launched in 1977 to study interstellar space. It carried a gold-plated audio-visual disc in the event that it might be found by intelligent life-forms from other planetary systems. It was picked up by two itinerant spacecombers from a planet called Morys Minor...
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