'Deadly' Ernest Bywater's Stories

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I've written many stories with interesting plots and twists, all of them are available from Lulu.com, a print on demand publisher, as print books or E-pubs. Please visit the site to buy the books, I need the income. Some stories may also be seen at Fine Stories (a G rated site) and Stories On Line (an adult site). Both have free accounts on registration, as well as paid accounts with better services.

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The list of my books are below with links to their web pages.
Plus links for two other authors whose books I publish for them.
They're divided into these categories:

Rivers Region Series
Damsels in Distress
General Stories
Clan Amir Series
Story Collections
Novels with Cazna Rochester
Help Guides & Other Stuff
Stories by R. Michael Lowe aka The Scot
Stories by Gary Davis aka Thornfoote


Rivers Region Series

cover A Farmer's Life - 46,400 words - Farmers live life different to most people, their lives are ruled by the land they work and the cycles of nature. James is the son of a farmer who's orphaned by a bushfire. He continues to live with his father's old boss, but knows he has to make his own way in life after school. Life has it's ups and downs, and many challenges for James. He leaves the farm for the Army, but ends up back as a farm worker due to combat wounds. Join James as he meets many challenges and changes in his life.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Flames of Life - 83,500 words - A young man has a major change of lifestyle forced on him. He becomes a writer, and then something else again. First we read two of his stories about himself, then we follow him as he makes another change to his life and changes the lives of many others in the Rivers Region. In the process he unexpectedly meets his own destiny as well.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Mack -125,500 words - A young man with a unique heritage that guides his destiny has to deal with many hard issues starting with the murder of his father while 10 years of age. We follow his life for the next decade while he works to survive, protect his heritage, and fight the man he holds responsible for his father's death. He's more than what he seems, and strives to meet all his responsibilities.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Michaels Mansion - 53,900 words - A two hundred year old historic building is destroyed by fire when a jet plane taking off from the local airport is shot down by persons unknown. This diary style story tells how the current owner goes about turning a fire gutted building of just five sandstone walls back into the elegant building it once was, despite not having much cash to do it with and having to fight the state bureaucrats. It also talks about his important personal and family events during the reconstruction. The fire is very much a life changing event for the owner and his family.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Interesting Times - 98,600 words - They say the Chinese have a curse - May you live in interesting times. A 15 year old boy has a major change of lifestyle forced on him. We follow along while he adjusts to the changes. However, he lives in interesting times and he must deal with them as well as rising to the challengers presented to him. Through all this his true nature shows and he changes the lives of many others in the city of Rivers, and elsewhere.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Runaway! - 52,300 words - A 9 year old boy's family are killed by terrorist. He goes to live with his great grandfather until he's 16 when his great grandfather is dies of cancer. His parents raise him to be free thinking and independent. His great grandfather adds to the training. David wants to stay living in the house he helped to build, but the welfare authorities won't allow it. So his great grandfather helps him to be true to himself when he runs away to stay free, and he finds a new life.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

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Damsels in Distress

cover Damsels in Distress Universe Rules - 5,200 words - This book has the main rules for the Damsels in Distress Universe as approved by the universe creator, Lazlo Zalezac. Although not needed to enjoy the stories written in the universe it does help readers of the stories in the series to better understand the details of the operation of the universe, Chaos, and Crossroads and often they get more out of the story because of the knowledge in this book. It is accurate at the time of writing and only includes the approved canon of the universe. There are a few stories where the authors have deviated from these rules but have still provided and interesting story.
- E-pub free also at iBookstore.
cover Shiloh - 269,600 words - A Damsels in Distress Story - Shiloh is a land of plains, forests, and mountains on the planet Chaos. The planet's two most powerful Heroes are dead and the bureaucracy of the Crossroads control centre is more of a hindrance than a help, due to treachery within their ranks. Kyle Alexander is the heir to Jonas the powerful Lord of Shiloh, he must now take up his inheritance due to Jonas' unexpected death, and solve many problems while fighting enemies and protect his people on both Earth and Chaos.
- E-pub US$5.95, hard cover print book US$29.95
cover Chaos Calls 01: Learning Visit, First Rescue, Dragon Dilemma - 140,200 words - On the planet Chaos Damsels are in Distress and need rescuing by human males behaving within the hero's code. Al Adams from Finding Home is recruited to help rescue ladies. Using machines they don't understand human heroes go Chaos to make rescues. Things are worse than usual as some humans try to take over the operation and all the world. Al's first three visits to the aptly named planet of Chaos are here for his adventures in a medieval environment. Al learns about Chaos and is taken to see it. On his first visit as a Hero he must prepare for the trip. A rescue is chosen and plans made. But they must alter to suit the changing situation on the ground. He also establishes himself on Chaos. The next visit has a problem when he's asked to make a rescue all the other Heroes see as a form of suicide! The Damsels are held by Dragons, a protected species he can't hurt. They're big, and dangerous! What can he do? He's their last hope, dare he refuse, like the others have?
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$14.95

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General Stories

cover Ed's New Life - 114,900 words - While saving a young woman he loves a 48 year old man learns she loves him. Used to living in the shadow world of espionage he must now make a stand in the general community while helping to clean up a mess of the lives of others made by the predatory classmate he saved his love from. He becomes part of a large mixed family as they all learn about life, love, and human sexuality. The story explores the human condition and the differences between emotional and physical relationships.

Be warned: This is a highly erotic story that explores the human condition and the differences between emotional and physical relationships. It explores how they affect human development and growth, as well as how you look at life. There are graphic sex scenes.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Finding Home - 275,100 words - This is an action adventure story. But it's also about a boy who suffers a terrible loss and just continues to exist while he learns the truth of the quote about no man being an island. Through the journey in this tale, he finds a family and his way home. Story does include some explicit sex scenes which relate to sub-plots and character development. It involves sport and school too.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$19.95
cover Kim: Power Play - 56,000 words - Kim is badly injured in an incident at school, an accident that should never have happened. He's a teenage boy with a reputation of being an unstoppable force that always gets things done. Recovering from injuries that should have been fatal he lives 'in interesting times' as he sets out to prove the doctors wrong. He's determined he'll walk again; if his powerful enemies let him live that long.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Life is Change - 48,700 words - No good turn goes unpunished. There's nothing so constant in life as change. Shortly after finishing his university exams Smoky Grey learns these two sayings are true. His life and plans are totally changed by an encounter in the university car-park. For the next few years his life is one change after another. Some of them being ones he initiates. He's a catalyst for changes to improve the lives of many people.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Mallard Heir - 48,900 words - A man just out of university inherits a trust in the USA. He has to live in the house it owns, but first he has to make it liveable. He also has to worry about some old feuds in place in this rural valley in the Appalachian mountains. He has to survive his first weeks in the mountains, and in doing so he finds a wife and partner for life while they deal with old feuds and the local weather.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Modern Day Witch Hunt - 16,700 words - This is not a story but a true accounting, in a report format, of the abuse of office by a number of people, and how they go about causing trouble for people who dare to believe in things different to them. In this case they use the cry of 'Child Porn' to scare people into accepting what they want. However, things don't always go the way they want. Sadly, this matter still has a long way to go.

All the characters and events portrayed in this book are real, but some of the names are changed or avoided to protect the innocent, and those guilty of misuse or abuse of their office.
- E-pub free also at iBookstore
cover No Names - No Pack Drill - 24,900 words - This is not a story about combat, but a recounting of the activities of my father, a transport driver, and his friends in the Australian Army during World War 2. It's the incidents and events they talked about over a drink when they got together to remember the old days. Most are funny, in many ways, and some are frightening. They convey what they did to stay sane, and also why they were there. Included is the poetry by the author, nearly all of which was written whilst on active service. With some pictures and drawings from that time.
- E-pub free also at iBookstore
cover Odd Man in College - 90,600 words - Lyn Davies is the Odd Man In as against being the Odd Man Out. In many ways Lyn is the sort of person to vanish into the crowd, even one as small as four people, despite many stand-out abilities. However, just after Lyn graduates from high school Life delivers Lyn three strikes. However, this isn't baseball, so Lyn is down, but not out. While trying to stand Lyn is served some fast balls, but manages to deal with each one. One is a tricky curve ball that's just what Lyn needs for a solid base hit and get on with life with an unusual animal for his Pet as Therapy program.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Play Ball - 75,000 words - Due to family matters a teen boy moves to the USA, where he learns to play, and like playing, baseball. He works hard and enjoys his baseball. To him it's a fun sport, but he can't resist when they offering him good money to play professional baseball. However, there's one problem, few paid ball players are true professionals. He must choose between playing in a situation he doesn't like, or walking away from good money, and playing where he likes to play for the fun.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Rob Remembers - 53,600 words - A young man at university is undergoing counseling, and writes his memories of the days around some fairly traumatic events in his life, events that resulted in the need for the counseling. These include the death of his parents, and how he becomes much closer with his sisters and some other friends, much closer. Warning, includes explicit sex scenes and adult themes.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Rough Diamond - novel of 59,100 words - An Australian schoolboy discovers he can move small objects with his mind. His family moves to Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA and he uses his special skill to 'win' money at casinos. His exceptional skills at winning bring him some unwanted attention from some people, including the Department of Homeland Security. He objects to their actions and soon a state of war exists between his family and the DHS (and the people behind them).

This fast paced story tells how he and his family take on a major US government department and The Group behind them misusing government power. The odds are heavily in favour of one side - but which side? - There is a preview on the print version page. 58,600 words.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Same Sex Marriage Debacle - 6,400 words - Gary, the brother of Pastor James visits his brother after many years away from him, and gives him advice on how to deal with the Same Sex Marriage Debate. He follows the advice and things happen that upsets a lot of people. - E-pub free and also at other stores like Apple and B&N.
- E-pub free also at iBookstore
cover Stand in Time - 94,100 words - A man is moving to the USA with his family, but at the last minute his work won't release him from his contract early, as previously agreed. So a cousin who's also a close friend stands in to fill his role as father in helping the rest of the family move on the organised date. But something goes wrong when they get to the USA and the man is kidnapped by a group set on world domination. They brainwash him and send him back in time to help them take control and bring about a different end to the War Between the States.

How badly can it affect their plans when they grab the wrong man? Can one man make a difference?
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Boone - The Early Years - 72,700 words. A fire destroys a farm in Virginia, so the family is moving west. Except the youngest is too ill to travel when it's time to leave. The boy and his grandmother stay behind to follow later. It takes so long for him to recover the two don't go west, and find local employment. A decade later rising political problems cause the young man and his grandmother to make a decision about their future. They'll go west, but it isn't that simple, or an easy journey. Written in US English.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Survivor - 52,500 words - A 10 year old boy survives a car crash where his family is killed. He goes to live on his maternal grandfather's ranch on the Texas / Mexican border with some of his retired Army buddies. But life there has some serious issues due to drug smugglers being angry about having their shipments destroyed by those at the ranch. Pat grows up fast while learning to be quick and accurate with a gun.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Survivor: Moving On - 51,600 words. Pat has survived life on the ranch and high school, but it's now time to go to university. He has lots of plans and intentions when he leaves home, but life and events change some of them for him. Life away from the ranch exposes Pat to a lot of different problems and dangers which he must steer a safe course through. It's time for him to move on with his life, and he does.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Star Performance - novel of 56,900 words - Sixteen year old Hal Smith is a quiet, unassuming, teen boy with a bad knee and no dreams. Taught to help people, he does; without thinking before acting. In Year Ten in a new city and school, it's a year of living in interesting times as he's often in the wrong place at the wrong time, doing the right thing. He'd once dreamt of being an international athlete and had the skills to make them true, but lost them helping a stranger; and delivered a Star Performance greater than most athletes can ever do.

Events happen to him, and he shapes them to the advantage of his friends and himself. In the process, they learn about Hal and that he has secrets; one he doesn't want to explain, one he'd like to forget - but is reminded with every step he takes, and another he doesn't even think about. But his past comes back to meet him, and to help shape his future.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover The Contagion - 11,700 words - There's a deadly virus sweeping the world bringing the recent dead back to life. A Think Tank Group is visiting the Cheyenne Mountain Complex when the problem is recognised and the alert issued. The senior members of the Think Tank group are called into an emergency conference with all the senior military of the area where the Commander of the United States Northern Command lays out the problem and relays their orders from the Pentagon. Maximilian 'Mad Max' Milton, the second in charge of the Think Tank Group demonstrates the reason for his nickname, and then the war is on with the dangerous dead afflicted with The Contagion. Will they win the war, can they win the war? 11,400 words.
- E-pub US$2.99 also at iBookstore, print book US$5.95
cover Times of Old - 61,500 words - A man is killed by religious militants while protecting his fellow workers. He unexpectedly wakes up to find he's been abducted by aliens and they have an offer for him. He accepts the offer to be placed in an environment like Earth was 35,000 to 40,000 years ago, complete with animals and humans of that time. But there's a catch, it's a one-way trip and he's a star in their version of a reality broadcast show. They supply some gear to help him survive, and now it's up to him to do so.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Will to Survive - 65,700 words - A simple training exercise with brand new fighter aircraft goes very wrong when some thieves are where they shouldn't be and get mistaken for the target drones. The resulting explosion has many consequences for everyone involved, and Will March ends up living in some turbulent times in another era. Read how Will survives those first few years which are the dangerous beginnings of his new life.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

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Clan Amir of Berant Series

cover Clan Amir of Berant - 349,100 words - This is a compilation of the books written by me under the name Ernest Edwards. They follow the significant events in the post World War 2 life of a small tropical country with a very strong warrior tradition. The stories cover the significant modern heroes of the country, with a focus on three generations of one family, as they dedicate their lives to the welfare and protection of their people. Courage, concern, determination, is it enough to protect the people? They can but try, and do their best as they try.

Follow the growth and development of an unusual young man - Gordon 'Gerry' Mannheim. A young man descended from the direct blood lines of both the Berant Royal lines who can count every Berant king amongst his ancestors. A young man whose non-Berant ancestors include warriors of note, too. Born to a clan of warriors, born in a warrior society. Born to be a protector of his people, destined to protect his people and his country. Watch as this Berant Falcon grows up, as he develops his skills and abilities; The ones he will need to protect his people as he helps his country grow. Follow him as he grows from a child to a young man. Watch as learns what he's capable of, and how he uses his skills and abilities to defend his people and his country from many enemies - both within and without.

This is a compilation of seven books in the chronological order of the events in them. Some sections of duplicated background material have been deleted or amended, without the loss of content, to make for easier reading. There are novels, novellas, and short stories in the series These have also been previously published as the two anthologies: The Falcon (ISBN: 978-1-312-11804-1) - - The Berant - U MAMA Wars (ISBN: 978-1-312-11853-9) - - Some of the 41 story summaries are below.
- E-pub US$19.95, print book US$34.95

Granite Mannheim: A revolution sees troubles in the country of a young boy born to two cultures with strong fighting traditions. His family has trouble leaving the war zone, other family members help out, at a terrible cost - he sees the cost and understands why they paid it. These events shape the character of a young boy, and this is later shown when he reaches high school in his other country. This shows his strength of character, which is further demonstrated in a later story in the series.

The Dareed War: Granite Mannheim and his new regiment are on exercises when they see the neighbours invading. They're all that stands between the invaders and the bulk of the country, so they do what they're trained for; head for a spot to stand and fight while they wait for help to arrive. One regiment against 50,000 enemy troops, and his men learn why they call him Granite.

Darmore Demon: November 1983, a young woman realises her life long ambition - to join the Royal Guards - we follow her joining and her first posting. Young and new to the military, but very different to what they usually get. Is she more than she seems? Yes and no.

Budding Businessman: Dani-girl, Gordie's sister, asks him to help find a job for an old school friend, as she wishes to return to the region. At the same time, Gordie is ready to start his own business and needs an adult as a manager, so he can continue his school studies. Sometimes, multiple problems solve each other. And often resolutions create new problems. Can these new business people solve all the problems and get into business?

Dani-girl: A young woman from a family of warriors faces her destiny - head on. Through an unusual and close link to her young genius brother, he's more aware of events than you think. This story is part of a series that follows events that shape his life and destiny, this is one event at a critical time in his life. It answers the questions 'What IS a warrior?' 'Can a warrior also be a pacifist?'

Kelly: Geordie's sister Kelly is kidnapped and he searches for her. Finding her he takes action to recover her. In doing so he loses more than he can imagine and learns he's only human. A boy is forced to take on the mantle of adulthood.

Crafty People: An international group of crafty criminals prove very hard to catch, but can they deal with a young genius in his early teens. Which of them is the craftiest?

Someone Very Special: A young genius who is rich and born to power, is also an empath, and he finally meets someone very special. A brief, but interesting courtship follows.

Games for Children: A company is taken over, and the new owners renege on an arrangement with the View Port Orphanage. Gerry is notified, and he steps in to help. The result is a major change in the situation, and more fun for the kids. But there are some problems to be overcome. Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord, except in the corporate world - never let kids down, it can hurt you.

French Follies: Gerry has to visit Europe to resolve some political issues, and has the bad luck to visit a school when some terrorists wish to use it for their purposes. Badly outnumbered, his security team do their duty. Sometimes, the best a warrior can do is to die hard, to help his friends who will arrive later.

The Lost Ones: A clan is about to have its annual meeting of the whole clan when a disaster strikes that threats the clan's very survival. They have little to fight with, but fight with all they have - their courage and determination to survive as a clan. Will the lost ones be found?

The Shukra War: U MAMA want a base close to Berant, what better than to take control of the neighbour, Shukra, so they buy the leading generals and stage a revolution. But will it work? Or will ancient legends defeat them?

Gordie's Gophers Gather: It's time for Gerry to attack his main enemies, but first he must gather his special assault team. This is the story of his recruitment drive for a very special team of people to lead his attack on U MAMA. Plus some events that happen while he's out recruiting them.

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Other Story Collections

cover Zombie & Hell Hound - 49,700 words.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

Zombie: An Australian soldier is killed in Afghanistan. Years later a young girl is abducted near her school in a rural Australian town. A strange man in worn Army desert camos discovers the girl, but she has a rare blood group and is bleeding to death. It's a race against time. The local community pulls together to help by donating blood; neighbours and strangers are determined to help her. A nearby Army base also helps this daughter of a well respected officer who died in Afghanistan. On the first days of her stay in the hospital there are some mysterious incidents, and some interesting revelations.

Hell Hound: 'Once a Marine, always a Marine.' was the code he lived by. His dictionary had no definition for 'impossible:' an exceptional man who wouldn't let his superiors stop him from doing what he saw as his duty, even if it's by himself after being retired. The story is told by his niece who's concerned about how the authorities are trying to rewrite his life for their own purposes
cover Out of Reach & Still Out of Reach - 54,400 words
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

Out of Reach: A shy fifteen year old genius moves when his father is promoted from a country town to a city. In a situation unusual for him he meets a girl who is soon his great love he wants to grow old with. He has a dark secret which puts his dream out of reach and will remain so. Due to his love he faces his greatest fears and defeats them to be with her. He spends his life loving a girl, only to marry her when his dream is impossible to fulfil. - Some mild sex scenes.

Still Out of Reach: The story continues with some events in Melissa's life after Ernie's death. His spirit lives on, in her and others. The strength of his spirit and their love gives them the moral strength to stand up and do what's right in hard situations. Melissa she lives up to his dreams, and helps others to live his dreams too. They get closer to fulfilling his dream, but it remains out of reach while they make it possible for other generations to reach out and grab the star as they go forward, guided by his spirit
cover New Computing World & Other Short Stories - 50,600 words of short stories.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

New Computing World: Love or hate computers, you'll love this satirical tale of the humiliation of Little Electronic Technologies and the destruction of their computer software monopoly is told from a future viewpoint, as a college assignment. Some determined computer geeks take on the global might of LET, and win! They defeat LET by getting deep inside their own software!

Grammar: The solicitors from Nutt, Case, and Friend prove using correct grammar is very important. And a government department learns, how important.

Truth About Paradise: Their beliefs are true - but not as they think.

One Small Step: A student doing his master's degree does research into the Apollo 11 moon landing and the claimed hoax. He has some startling discoveries to announce when he delivers his final paper.

Coming Home: - Father has been away 3 years. His young family's meeting him at the airport.

Always a Marine: What does an old man do when confronted with danger? He remembers what he is, he remembers his oath to "fight all enemies, foreign and domestic." The story title says it all.
cover The Wrong Way & Other Short Stories - 67,200 words - All these stories involve some graphic sex scenes and are recommended for adults only.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

The Wrong Way - or Is It?: A girl goes for a walk in the woods and gets lost, the searchers can't find her, but her destiny does. There's nothing that should upset anyone as this is a drama with some sex.

Naughty Jo: Details of an encounter between a poster of lesbian stories and another member on a lesbian story discussion forum.

Photographic Problems: A photographer helps out an old friend, another photographer, and saves him from being ripped off by two sets of gold diggers. When the second gold digger sets her sights on him, he turns things and ends up with some teenage wives, as does his friend.

Come the Dawn: A drug researcher and his daughters catch and punish some local high school students who've been ruining his experiments, by using the drugs to turn them into sex slaves.

Teacher's Education: A high school teacher recounts her meeting some ex students and how they used her, and how she turned it around with some family help.

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Novels with Cazna Rochester

cover Power Tool - 268,100 words - A man's body is destroyed at work. His company use him in their cyborg project. He comes home to realise his niece and friends are young women, not girls. He has human emotions and inhuman skills. Her sixteenth birthday party is a two week sleep over pool party starting soon. Events happen as his killers try again and he objects. A new life of teaching and learning. He wonders which is his most powerful tool, his body, his mind, or his heart. Which tool has the most effect on his life and those around him? The story has graphic sex scenes.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$19.95
cover Breeder Ships 01 - 47,000 words - A Breeder World Story - World War Three has come and gone, most of the world population are dead. The survival of the race is now at grave risk and society has changed beyond recognition. Learn what happened and what was done to keep the human race alive. - A breeder male joins a cruise ship for his regular cruise, but slightly out of his normal cycle. He encounters some difficulties which require him to make known some things he'd previously kept quiet as he starts to make some significant changes in his life while dealing with the difficulties he encounters. The story has graphic sex scenes.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover Debt Collection - 55,300 words - A man is talked into loaning his ex-wife some money. When she can't pay on time, he takes it out of her hide as the star for his own home porno flick and humiliating her. He's surprised when the rest of her family want in on the deal, but they have many more surprises for him as well. The story has graphic sex scenes.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover New Slaves - 34,600 words - An older man, enjoying the 'flashing' game of some high school seniors, is happy when they allow him to take it a step further. An annoying teenage boy is put in his place when he tries to hassle the girls.This encourages the girls to go much further. Things take an interesting turn when he takes them home, and the developing situation soon involves their sister, mother, and friends. The story has graphic sex scenes.
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95

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Help Guides and Commentaries

cover Fiction Writing & Style Guide - 31,800 words - This book is a combination and expansion of my previous guides to help new authors. It has a primary focus on the writing of fiction stories. It starts with what you need to consider before you start to write. It doesn't cover all the aspects of grammar, only those where you need to vary from the English grammar used in business or formal English. The guide covers the areas where I've had the most problems in then past, and seen other authors have issues with the existing style guides for business and academic works. This book replaces my previous three guides - Writer Guide, Fiction Style Guide, and Make a Good E-pub. It also includes some instruction on how to make a good HTML file from you story.
- E-pub free also at iBookstore
cover Social Inertia & Keyboards - 3,300 words - A historical accounting and perspective on how the past continues to shape some aspects of today, despite improved technology to make things better.
- E-pub free also at iBookstore

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Stories by R Michael Lowe aka The Scot

cover Gunslinger - 41,600 words - A star high school football quarterback loses his father, his girlfriend and his career, all in the same explosion. Now, he goes back in time to get the ones who did this, as well as saving the United States from being destroyed. What he finds on his one way trip is 'home.'
- E-pub US$5.95, print book US$9.95
cover My Bloody Valentine - 18,000 words. Larry Lawrence vowed never to return to his home town. Now, a cryptic message draws him back to the hell hole and the horrible memory that has plagued him for years. Will he find release... or death.
- E-pub US$2.95
cover The Hawk and the Chipmunk - 423,000 words. A young programming genius is framed for murder by his wife, who steals all that she can and disappears. Years later, he is able to escape but leaves the authorities thinking he's dead. Assuming another person's identity, he finds love, a challenge to right many wrongs of the past and present, and help bring about major changes to this country and the world. He might also get even with his ex-wife.
- E-pub US$5.95
cover Winds of Change - 119,800 words - Maxwell Grant is sent back to the Colonial period of America to try to thwart the actions of a Scottish professor who hates the United States. Unfortunately, too much damage may have already occurred and it may be up to Grant to try to salvage the Nation. Note - Slavery concerns life in Colonial America.
- E-pub US$5.95

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Stories by Gary Davis aka Thornfoote

cover Retribution - 79,200 words. Linda was a product of the Foster Care system. For sixteen years she was beaten and abused. Now she's an adult, the system has to kick her out on the street. During an attempted rape Linda discovers she can fight back. The Mouse Roars. A Vigilante is born.
- E-pub US$5.95
cover Linda's Posse - 69,000 words. Linda and the girls are back. Traveling the world, and playing golf is their cover story. The real mission is fighting corruption, hate, cruelty, and evil. Come along for the ride as the girls change the world and have fun doing it! Vigilante Angels kicking ass and taking names!
- E-pub US$5.95

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