Terry W. Gintz


When I'm not doing anything else, I read a lot of novels, and help out at the local library as a part-time aide. With years of experience as a poet, it's not surprising that I developed an interest in writing my own novels too. Given the multi-faceted iconoclast I am and the great affection I have for my wife it's also not surprising that the books I write are innately eccentric, robustly erotic and critically anti-establishment.

Fractals have been a passion for me since around 1984 when I read Mandelbrot's The Fractal Geometry of Nature. I designed my first iterative fractal program (then called ZPlot) in 1989 on an Amiga 2000 computer. You can get the whole story of my fractal creations and my other interests at MysticFractal.com.

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By Terry W. Gintz
Price: Free! Words: 10,510. Language: English. Published: September 12, 2012. Category: Fiction
When you walk around without a clue you are broken When love leaves you flat and empty inside you are broken When nothing seems to work to heal your wounds you are broken Accept that and you're on the right track you are broken Welcome to the human condition
By Terry W. Gintz
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 53,210. Language: English. Published: March 21, 2012. Category: Fiction
Through a series of natural and unnatural disasters the world is crumbling and atrophying into a deep abyss that mankind is helpless to contain. Godfrey recalls the events leading to this calamity with a body and mind that are barely functional but undaunted by the slowly descending finale of his species. When all hope is gone he decides to fight back and recreate the world on his own terms.
King and Queen of Swords
By Terry W. Gintz
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 55,320. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2012. Category: Fiction
Their story opens in a parallel far out galaxy, maybe the eleventh or twelfth pancake of a simultaneous stack of non-uniform universes, on a very slightly elliptical or bent planet nicknamed Wobble by its scientifically-minded inhabitants and surrounded by milky haze and one crustaceous skeletal moon, not necessarily very different initially from another combustible planet nicknamed Terra Infidel.

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