One Small Step (And Other Missing Links)

One Small Step (And Other Missing Links)

by Ken Scholes
     
 

In this bundle of four short stories, award-winning author Ken Scholes explores the notion of evolutionary intersections . First, we're off to the moon to learn the dangers of helping our chimpanzee cousins too far up the ladder. Next, we'll meet Merton D. Kamal, an underweight clown whose change of careers takes him on an unexpected road-trip. Then, we'll see just…  See more details below

Overview

In this bundle of four short stories, award-winning author Ken Scholes explores the notion of evolutionary intersections . First, we're off to the moon to learn the dangers of helping our chimpanzee cousins too far up the ladder. Next, we'll meet Merton D. Kamal, an underweight clown whose change of careers takes him on an unexpected road-trip. Then, we'll see just what bit of discarded love Fearsome Jones finds left in a Seattle trashcan. And last, we close out the bundle with one of Scholes' never before seen "trunk tales" as the young Reverend Phinneas Smythe finds himself bringing an unusual salvation to the parishioners of Nowhere Falls. The speculative romps in One Small Step and Other Missing Links are bound to raise a chuckle and maybe even make you wonder just a little what changes lie ahead of us on the trail.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148813545
Publisher:
Walking Bear Media
Publication date:
10/06/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Ken Scholes is the internationally acclaimed author of four novels and over forty short stories. His series, The Psalms of Isaak, published in the US by Tor Books is hailed by Publisher's Weekly as "a towering storytelling tour de force.”

Ken's eclectic background includes a degree in History, honorable discharges from both the Navy and the Army, and time logged as a minister, label-gun repairman, retail manager, procurement analyst and musician among other things.

Ken lives in Saint Helens, Oregon, with his wife, twin daughters, two cats, black lab, seven guitars and six thousand books. He invites readers to follow his antics at www.kenscholes.com

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