The Dirt Eaters

The Dirt Eaters

H.D. Timmons

Horror / Short Stories / Literature & Fiction

Set in the 1960s of America's rural south, a young black woman is forced to reckon with her cultural eating disorder of eating dirt.The first book in the AMP series. In a distant galaxy, humans are on the run. For a thousand years they have fled from an enemy that is bent on their annihilation. The only real defense is their home, a great station called the Grid with a faster than light drive that is unmatched for speed. Don is a Messenger not a hero. But ordinary men sometimes have a way of rising to the occasion. War is coming and fate will place him smack in the middle. Is Man ready for the 43rd Milgari war? Don Grange doesn't think so!Also available from this author:"SODIUM:1 Harbinger" - a sci-fi action adventure of a first alien encounter in the 1950s"SODIUM:2 Apocalypse" - the aliens return in modern day and attack"SODIUM:3 Fusion" - the aliens return with an even larger force"SODIUM:4 Gravity" - a new world explored and the battle for Earth moves into high gear!"SODIUM:5 Assault" - it's time to take the fight to their world!"SODIUM:6 Defiance" - the final fight for Earth's survival. Winner rules the galaxy!
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The Time Traveler's Lament

The Time Traveler's Lament

H.D. Timmons

Horror / Short Stories / Literature & Fiction

For two decades Eric Montague has traveled back in time to the scene of his wife’s fatal accident. Even though he grieves for her constantly, he is willing to repeatedly relive the heartache of her death because it is the only way he can hold his wife again… if only for a moment.When a curious stranger appears Eric is soon faced with a new reality.In this 21st Century, the Age of Technology, we are still plagued by religious beliefs that are a contributing cause toward terrorism, killings and wars between nations. Belief in a deity, who has caused catastrophes, thereby punishing people, was brought about by hysteria and superstitions. These thought processes need to be reassessed and brought up to date. Open-minded people must use common sense to determine whether God was incorrectly perceived, misinterpreted and misunderstood by the masses of a bygone era.
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