My E Publications

I expect, like many authors, I’ve gone down the electronic publishing path.

So here are the links to a few of my e-pubs, available on Amazon for Kindle, Apple iTunes, Smashwords,  Barnes and Noble, Sony, Kobo, Diesel, Page Foundry, Baker and Taylor Blio, Library Direct, and Baker-Taylor Axis 360.

 

I hope you like them 🙂

After the war, a lost, beautiful woman reaches out and connects with Colonel Andrew Stone in a way he’s never experienced. She’s in danger. Andrew struggles against time to unlock the secrets of an ancient Arthurian device and tries to save the woman before dark forces take them both.

This blended fantasy is sprinkled with science fiction and a touch of the mythos, and should appeal to the dreamer in us all.
This story is available at Amazon, B&N, and Kobo, so it should cover all of the types of e readers.
 

 

 

 

 

 

A collection of four novelette-length stories that highlight mankind’s exploration of the universe, and the struggle to live among the stars, of the hope of finding new and future worlds. It’s available on Amazon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a science fiction sampler 2014. It’s available on Amazon, B&N and Kobo.

Samplers from seventeen contemporary science fiction authors.
The sampler provides complete short stories, novella and novel excerpts, links to the various author’s works, personal interviews, and further information on author’s e-books.
Featuring stories by: Brad R. Torgersen, Jeffrey Thomas, Martin L. Shoemaker, Larry K. Pinaire, Konstantine Paradias, Geoff Nelder, M.O. Muriel, Roderick MacDonald, David Kernot, Patty Jansen, Guy Immega, Kevin Ikenberry, Mark Iles, Stephen Gaskell, Kary English, David Conyers, Gustavo Bondoni. Cover art by Paul Drummond, internals by M.O. Muriel.
Step inside, and discover the wonder and adventure that the big rocket-fuelled universe has to offer…

 

 

 

 

I’ve e-published this on Amazon, Smashwords and Kobo, so it’s pretty much available everywhere for Kindle’s Apple’s and any e-reader, including text and pdf: Amazon, Apple iTunes, Barnes and Noble, Sony, Kobo, Diesel, Page Foundry, Baker and Taylor Blio, Library Direct, and Baker-Taylor Axis 360. Hopefully I haven’t missed anyone ☺

It’s a collection of seven of my dark fiction; military sci-fi horror stories and a dark poem, and includes the award winning Winds of Nzambi I wrote with the talented David Conyers.

I think the best story of the non-collaboration has to be Harry’s Dead Poodle, which was recently published in the March 2013 edition of Cover of Darkness Magazine, but I’ve also thrown in one unpublished story, Revenants of Sophie, that is dark on so many levels, I can understand several publisher’s reluctance to publish it as it touches an area most people would have concerns about if they had a daughter (and even possibly a son) using the internet.

Of all my four e-publications, [Beam Riders, The Early Years, and Panspermic Earth], I think this one has to be my best so far, well it is my darkest … the rest I’ll let you be the judge. Cover photo for those curious few was a photo taken in the south island of New Zealand where they shot Lord of The Ring, and it has been merged with an autumn thunder storm in my back garden.

 

 

This one: Panspermic Earth, by David Kernot is available on Amazon as a Kindle file here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00D4MHFEA

So here is a quick synopsis:

Seven interconnected short science fiction stories to test your faith in what you know of the world. A novelette sized collection of seven connected science fiction short stories to test your faith in what you know about the world. At one level this is a story about the fight between Gaia and here sister Halaconia in apocalyptic worlds, but in many ways it is a reflective piece of when people look up at the stars and wonder if there is any sense to the madness that is our lives, and they might wonder if perhaps we are not alone in the universe but part of a bigger mosaic of life.

 

 

 

 

This one: The Early Years, by David Kernot is available on Amazon as a Kindle file here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CK3XOVW

So here is a quick synopsis:

A collection of twelve (plus one) easy to read, science fiction short stories to make you think about our place in the cosmos. The collection, from award winning author, David Kernot, traces his early science fiction published works from 2006. The collection includes his first competition winning story, Genesis, his first paid publication, The Sentinel, and culminates with his Writers Of The Future Honorable Mention: Dead Man Walking.
 

 

 

 

 

This one: Beam Riders, by David Kernot is available on Amazon as a Kindle file here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CJAW0CU

So it is available on Smashwords here:  https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/DavidKernot which also means it’s available on Apple iTunes,  Barnes and Noble, Sony, Kobo, Diesel, Page Foundry, Baker and Taylor Blio, Library Direct, and Baker-Taylor Axis 360.

So here is a quick synopsis:

Down on his luck an adventurous young man, Steve Hayshot, has nothing to lose by answering a call to become a Beam Rider. But he had no idea where the journey would take him, and how his beliefs would be tested. His reward is to find love in the strangest of places.

 

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