Will Write SciFi For Food, Too

Will Write SciFi For Food, Too

by Tim Baer

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An anthology of five clean science fiction and fantasy stories.

Mayday Diaries -- It was a routine survey mission until the drive failed. A Christian SF story.

Shirkers -- Everyone's roll is vital in warfare. Almost an epic fantasy.

Taxed enough, Again -- At what point do taxes go too far?

Dingus -- Dingus the Qat saves the day.

Tunk -- A Steampunk story about when Brent and Tunk first met.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013670150
Publisher: Tim Baer
Publication date: 01/22/2012
Series: Will Write SciFi For Food , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 970 KB

About the Author

After wasting close to 30 years of his life on Wicca and a life of paganism, Tim came to know Messiah in 1998. Since then, he has done as much as possible to make up for those wasted years. A disabled US Navy Desert Storm veteran, he lives in Texas with his wife of almost 30 years plus a pack of critters. He is currently working for a concrete company where he is busy playing in the mud with a big truck. When he is not at work, or at home busy pounding out more SciFi on his laptop, his time is taken up serving his cats, the LORD, his wife and his dogs—not quite in that order (but don't tell the cats).

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Will Write SciFi For Food, Too 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
tamzilla More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed "Will Write SciFi for Food" when Tim Baer published it last year, and I was looking forward to more books from him. "Will Write SciFi for Food, Too" is even better than the first! Absolutely amazing storytelling! Loved "Tunk" and "Dingus." I have a hard time picking which one is my favorite out of those two. Definitely recommend this one for any SciFi fans out there!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am an avid reader of stories... short stories, long stories, news stories, true stories, good stories and bad stories. I have found, with age, it has become harder to fool me. It has become harder to show me an ending or a conflict or a secret that I cannot predict. I can, though, tell you that every single word of every single story of every single book by Tim Baer leads me into unknown realms. Those eclectic combination of letters into words into stories challenge my mind to a duel with every scrap of sci-fi I thought I knew. His work introduces me to unimaginable worlds with far out characters. Tim Baer is part magician and part time traveler and you can never predict where he will take you next.