The ship was a sleek silvery vessel
with hulls honed from carodium the
hardest metal within the universe.
Its speed was not that of intergalactic
cruisers that patrolled the outer
perimeters of the... More > known galaxy. But,
it really was never constructed for
speed.The Captain was third generation and was on his last voyage with The Ship!
A short sci-fi story originally written 1987 but this is the first release by the author. Enjoy it for it is FREE... And my other books and art work can be viewed by clicking authors name link above. Author's newest book now released: NINE MONTHS PLUS ONE DAY a book from CONCEPTION TO BIRTH...PLEASE ENJOY THE FREE PREVIEW...NINE MONTHS PLUS ONE DAY is the must have book for every parent.It will bring joy, tears and laughs!
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Issue 5 of the sci-fi epic Gia Giantess..."Big News on Planet Earth". Penultimate issue of the first Gia Giantess story arc. Gia and her father have their worst fears realised when her... More > secret is exposed to the world. Can she ever return to a normal life?< Less
The 19th Century Cookbook Companion - an authentic
reproduction of a 19th century Yorkshire cookbook.
Hundreds of recipes that an aspiring cook can use in the knowledge that these meals were... More > prepared in the heart of Yorkshire well over a century ago.
Begun immediately preceding York’s 19th century
industrial mill era, this book proves that, amongst
other things, vegetarian sausages were not uncommon,
and local tastes were far from provincial. Food
historians of all persuasions will find something within that challenges their preconceptions of 19th century Yorkshire culinary production.< Less