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Keith Fenwick
Sci fi and dirtbikes are my life-apart from work that is
Sci fi and dirtbikes are my life-apart from work that is

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This is my monthly sales update and commentary for anyone those interested in how my book sales are going.

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Sales not on target.....

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With lashings of humour and philosophy Skid is a fun and fascinating read, perhaps wandering in the footsteps of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and Red Dwarf, just waiting for a brave American film studio to snap up the film rights and rescue Mr Fenwick from his day job.

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Blurb Final
The Lifeboat - the Third Skidian Chronicle
In The Lifeboat, a killer asteroid is on a collision course for Earth.  If it strikes, then life on the planet will be extinguished and even a tiny outpost of mankind will be lucky to survive. 

At much the same time an alien from the planet Skid has been identified lurking on Earth and a secret government organisation is charged with making contact with him and enlisting his assistance to somehow deflect the asteroid out of harms’ way with his space ship.

However, the asteroid isn’t heading toward earth by accident. It has been sent on its way by the Skidian first people who have uploaded themselves to a celestial version of the cloud. These self - styled Transcendents might left their physical state far behind. But not it seems their flesh and blood emotions and a need for an ultimate backup plan; a supply of fresh bodies to download into if required. 

The asteroid and the space ship are integral to their plan to repopulate Skid after the famine that has all but wiped out their store of ‘fleshies’, the descendants of people they have hoovered up over the years.

The Lifeboat takes us on a journey that ultimately not only fulfils the Transcendent’s requirements but also goes a long way to explaining the true meaning of life and everything.

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The Second Coming- post apocalyptic fiction?
The Skidian Chronicles novels have some new reviews, neither of which I wrote myself! For the First Chronicle This book views its science fiction subject matter through a Kiwi set of eyes. The dry humour of the Kiwi farming character is amplified by the 'ci...

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The story so far- The Skidian Chronicles Trilogy and Lifeboat teaser
In the First Chronicle, the main protagonist of this tale along with the woman in his life, was abducted by a group of aliens from the Planet Skid.   The First Chronicle deals with Bruce and to a
lesser extent his fellow abductee, Sue coming to terms with t...

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Our Cruise - September 2015
Cruise Ship Blog
September 2015 Day One Early start. As always almost impossible to get Joyce out of
bed at any decent hour, she always wants a bit more sleep. Made it to the airport with plenty of time to spare, and spent an
hour or so in Koru having break...

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The Lifeboat
I have finally completed the first draft of the third novel in the Skidian Chronicles series, tentatively titled; 'The Lifeboat'.  This was supposed to the final novel in the series. However, there are some loose ends that I feel I need to tidy up, even if ...
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