Sojourns Through Troubled Worlds [NOOK Book]

Overview

Malevolent, metal-scavenging microdrones ("Paston, Kentucky"). A collector's car with a mind of its own, off for a drive through a nuclear holocaust (the two-time award-nominated "Best in Class"). An experienced climber tackling the most dangerous alien obstacle in the universe ("Spired"). These and other stories await the reader in Jonathan C. Gillespie's debut short fiction collection, which brings together five killer tales from the author's...
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Sojourns Through Troubled Worlds

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Overview

Malevolent, metal-scavenging microdrones ("Paston, Kentucky"). A collector's car with a mind of its own, off for a drive through a nuclear holocaust (the two-time award-nominated "Best in Class"). An experienced climber tackling the most dangerous alien obstacle in the universe ("Spired"). These and other stories await the reader in Jonathan C. Gillespie's debut short fiction collection, which brings together five killer tales from the author's publishing history.

Some of the works are available in free audio elsewhere, at various well-regarded podcast sites (see the author's official site for more details), but this book features all-new versions, revised for content – and even better quality.

Prepare to enjoy these SOJOURNS THROUGH TROUBLED WORLDS.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014585163
  • Publisher: Heavy Caliber Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 7/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 145 KB

Meet the Author

Jonathan C. Gillespie has been writing genre fiction for over a decade. His stories have been published in a variety of outlets on three continents, including "The Drabblecast", "Spinetingler Magazine", and "Murky Depths", and have been nominated for a number of awards.

Jonathan started writing in his early twenties, initially as a hobbyist, but soon realized he couldn't stop. He enjoys a host of other activities outside of his fiction writing, including ministering to prison inmates, numismatics, gaming, reading, and studying history (especially military history).

He particularly enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, and lives with them in Atlanta, GA.

Jonathan advocates "fiction for every reader", a stated goal of inclusivity and quality, with an aim for bringing new readers into genre fiction that might typically ignore it. Those interested in further information on his releases, articles for other writers, reviews, and upcoming events should check out his official site at
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