David G Shrock

Biography

David G Shrock lives in the Pacific Northwest where he works as a software developer and writes science-fantasy stories. Growing up, he bugged his parents with questions. They gave him a library card. He has been reading about the universe ever since, and asking questions.

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Books

Kandy Fangs
Price: Free! Words: 43,120. Language: English. Published: September 13, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
Life is a memory, and amnesiac Steve Reynolds starts his life in the middle of a political issue involving a rare venom used as a drug. Kandy, a professional killer, helps him find his way through the time-shifting shadows of his life and into hers. Haunted by wraiths from his past, Steve puts his past together discovering not all of his memories belong to him.
Raven Memory
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 114,150. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
Julie Walsh’s new employer, Steve Reynolds, is a hit man with a memory problem. She wants to help him keep things straight, but her days mix up. A kiss on Tuesday melts into a kiss the day before. Next Thursday, a wraith frightens her back to Monday. Friday finds her in an interrogation room accused of murder. Julie Walsh is a construct wrapped in darkness, dripping the blood of a memory.
Shadow Memories
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 24,840. Language: English. Published: June 17, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
(4.00)
Nine dark tales form this collection of short stories. Meet a memory-eating wraith searching for his lost love. Follow Susan as she chases after her runaway pumpkin, and join a giant-sized man on his first quest searching for a monster.

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Smashwords book reviews by David G Shrock

  • Something's Not Right on July 04, 2010

    Fun, clever stories into the weird. My favorite is "Neither teeter, nor totter" for its imaginative twisting of reality. The book is short, easily read in twenty minutes.
  • The First Tale on Dec. 29, 2010

    Fun adventure with some steampunk flare. The story moves and keeps a strong pace right to the end. Vertigo City is a cool place full of imaginative characters and neat technology.
  • Just My Blood Type on July 11, 2011

    This one-hour story switches between Xan and Theresa, trading questions and making their own music, a groove that carries us to the sweet end. Clevenger and Dorman make one hell of a team. This little bite will leave many looking for more stories.
  • Just My Blood Type on July 11, 2011

    This one-hour story switches between Xan and Theresa, trading questions and making their own music, a groove that carries us to the sweet end. Clevenger and Dorman make one hell of a team. This little bite will leave many looking for more stories.
  • Traitors (Crooked Fang) on Sep. 20, 2013

    Xan introduces his world with a playful style touched by his dark-offbeat humor. I feel I’m right there with Xan at Pale Rider, a little drinking hole, and riding with him in his Camaro. It’s a fun ride, too. Xan keeps things lively even when picking music on the radio. The love that went into writing and editing Traitors bleeds through at every turn, a smooth ride winding through the Xan’s feelings for his friend, Nin, and rising over the peak into a blaze at the Traitors bar. Xan realizes there’s more to this mission, and the story leaves us with a taste of things to come.