Home of the Science Fiction/Comedy novel in progress,
The Adventures of Danger Dave, Galactic Hero
Written by: Rick Carlson (e-mail).
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NOTE: The following samples are all original works written by Carl Erick ("Rick") Carlson of San Antonio, TX.
The author retains all rights to these works, but hereby gives permission for individuals to download them and distribute them to friends, family members, co-workers, etc., provided that the author's name is kept intact as the owner of the works.
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New excerpts and behind-the-scenes documents expected to be uploaded February of 2011.
Samples (mini-chapter excerpts) In Prose (rough drafts only for the web):
Weasel Watchers 2
Chapter 3: The Search For Elvis
A Stitch In Time Saves Nine Billion
Mom's Old-Fashioned Kitchen
Three Laws - 6/24/2007
Dapper Dan - Life Pocket Reference 6/01/2008
Danger Dave Dies...Again - 9/11/2008
Notes Transcribed - 01 - 12/30/2007
Notes Transcribed - 02 - 12/30/2007
These and more in .DOC format archived in Dave.ZIP
Poetry (not Robert Frost or William Shakespeare):
Wile E. Coyote Works Wednesday
Poetry created during writing exercises at the Sun Poet's Society Writer's Workshop:
Entire collection of humorous poetry in .DOC format archived in Poetry.ZIP
Member of the Sun Poet's Society, spear-headed by Rod C. Stryker, author of Exploits of a Sun Poet, a collection of poetry published by Pecan Grove Press.
Accidentally met Douglas Adams (author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) in Austin during the promotion of the Starship Titanic game.
Began my very first writer's workshop by meeting Ace Starry during his promotion of The Magic Life.
Recently had the pleasure of meeting Sarah Bird during the San Antonio promotion of her novels recently re-released under Ballantine Books.
Met Weird Al Yankovic after a concert in San Antonio in August of 1993.
Oh, and if you are looking for the Myrtles Plantation ghost picture, click HERE and look in the background, almost dead center.