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Yesterday's Tomorrows - Tales of thr Future from the SF Greats of the Past
Stories by
Isaac Asimov John W. Campbell Murray Leinster Frederik Pohl Neil R. Jones Kurt Vonnegut A. E. Van Vogt Theodore Sturgeon Poul Anderson Phillip K. Dick Frank Herbert James Blish Lester del Rey Jerome Bixby
and a futurist essay by Hugo Gernsback
with commentary and author biographies by mcgrew, authors' photos, and heavily illustrated with illustrations from the original magazines, and more.

Mars, Ho!

Captain John Knolls thinks he's just been given the best assignment of his career -- ferrying two hundred prostitutes to Mars.

He doesn't know that they're all addicticed to a drug that causes them to commit extreme, deadly violence when they are experiencing withdrawal or that he'll face more pirates than anyone had ever seen before. Or that he'd fall in love.

A humorous science fiction space novel, a horror story, a love story, a pirate story, a tale of corporate bureaucracy and incompetence.


Ten million years in the future, several solar bodies have been terraformed and populated, and the inhabitants have evolved into different species of human.

One wants to exterminate the rest.

An adult lighthearted old fashioned time and space opera.

The Paxil Diaries

After twenty seven years of marriage my wife left me, as well as leaving our two teenaged daughters. As part of the healing process I kept a humorous online diary, which became popular and known as "the Paxil diaries". Many readers wanted it in book form, so here it is.

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Brigands of the Moon   Triplanetary   The Time Machine   The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn   A Christmas carol   the King James Bible

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