Category Archives: Fiction
I know that my previous entry is a repost of the same poem from April 23rd, but it contains more of the backstory behind this post, which also arose from my time in the GriefShare sessions. This poem deals with characters … Continue reading
Author Ashley Wintters [pen name = “Ashley Dawn”] has written a great review for my Sci-Fi novel, “THE PLAYERS: Earth – The Arena, Book 1“. Please check it out on her blog, Ashley’s Bookshelf.
Please check out my newly updated web site which has links to my novels and free sample chapters. http://robtdwilson.freeservers.com/Novels.html
“THE PLAYERS: Earth – The Arena #1” Sci-Fi/Apocalyptic. $14.75 is now available as a paperback and can be ordered online though CreatSpace [an Amazon company]. SCIENCE OPENED A DOORWAY – SOMETHING CAME THROUGH!
“THE POISON OF THORNS: The Dragon’s Back #1“, my Fantasy/ Spiritual Warfare novel, released as an e-book for Amazon’s Kindle reader yesterday. It can be purchased for $4.95 by clicking on the book name above.
THE LATEST NEWS Most of you probably know this, but two of my novels are now available as e-books via Barnes & Nobel. What you may not know is that sometime next Tuesday [11/9] they will also become available as … Continue reading
Two free chapters from: “THE POISON OF THORNS: The Dragon’s Back #1” “He that is born of the Gryphon, Beneath the waves won’t sink: Forsaking the venomous flow, From the River will not drink. As sons of the Gryphon’s … Continue reading
THE POISON OF THORNS: The Dragon’s Back #1 by Robert Dennis Wilson. My second novel has just gone on sale as a Barnes & Nobel e-book and can be ordered for $4.95 using the link below. “THE POISON OF THORNS: The Dragon’s Back … Continue reading
Earth -The Arena #1: THE PLAYERS by Robert Dennis Wilson SCIENCE OPENED A DOORWAY… SOMETHING CAME THROUGH! My first novel has just gone on sale as an e-book from B&N and can be ordered for $4.95 using this link: Earth … Continue reading
Prologue Earth: the Arena, Book # 1, THE PLAYERS by RD Wilson Sudden panic chained Professor Horace Thompson in place. The black bag of incomprehension descended forcibly over his brilliant mind, constricting his thoughts. Bucketful after icy bucketful of … Continue reading