A Warbird in the Belly of the Mouse [NOOK Book]

Overview

A winner of the Writers of the Future contest in 2007, Warbird follows Nigel, a World War One fighter pilot who has been "time plucked" into the 21st century in order to work as a guide for a reality show about Great War air combat. Nigel has to contend with his feelings about the war, as well as the 21st century tourists he shepherds, each with their own reasons for being there.

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A Warbird in the Belly of the Mouse

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Overview

A winner of the Writers of the Future contest in 2007, Warbird follows Nigel, a World War One fighter pilot who has been "time plucked" into the 21st century in order to work as a guide for a reality show about Great War air combat. Nigel has to contend with his feelings about the war, as well as the 21st century tourists he shepherds, each with their own reasons for being there.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033044580
  • Publisher: David Parish-Whittaker
  • Publication date: 2/9/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 219 KB

Meet the Author

David Parish-Whittaker (aka T. R. Pippin) is a winner of the Writers of the Future competition for emerging talent in speculative fiction, for his story A Warbird in the Belly of the Mouse. He pays for his dog's kibble as a captain for a national airline. In previous incarnations, he has been a naval flight officer, traffic watch pilot, glider tow pilot and aerobatic flight instructor.


A graduate of the Pixelyard School of Art for game design, he writes videogame reviews and analysis for the Geekosophy blog. He also is a staff blogger at the CMOsite. he is currently shopping a middlegrade Victorian fantasy novel.


David plays medieval harp for the Goliards, an early music group specializing in 13th - 15th century music, mostly to cement his geek street cred.


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