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T. M. Hunter
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A writer of science fiction short stories and novels; Also an aircraft designer.
A writer of science fiction short stories and novels; Also an aircraft designer.

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Writing Goals for 2017
Well, 2016 was pretty much a bust, as my recent recap more than demonstrated. Hopefully 2017 will bring a bit more motivation and a few more accomplishments than this past year. Not to say that I haven't done anything this past year, but most had nothing ...

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2016 in Review
I don't imagine I'm going to accomplish anything in the next couple of days to make many changes to these results, so I'm now looking back at 2016 and my goals for the year , and see what it was that I completed... 1. Plot out a fifth Aston West series nove...

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Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas, everyone! And now, with my gift for you, enjoy copies of my first two Aston West novels (Heroes Die Young and Friends in Deed) for free, for a limited time only.

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Air Cap Recap
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth at this past weekend's Air Cap Comic-Con. Really enjoyed myself, and so did my table partner, Candice Gilmer . I especially appreciate all the love that was given to the first in my Aston West series, Heroes Die Y...

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Air Cap Comic-Con
Had a great time at Air Cap Comic-Con in Wichita, Kansas yesterday. Looking forward to another great day today. If you can't make it out to the event this weekend, you can still pick up copies of my books over on Amazon . Enjoy!

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July 2016 Update
As it's been about a month since my last post, figured I'd give a bit of an update. Still running dry on Aston West stories, and I only have an inkling of a concept for book five in the series. So, in an effort to recharge the batteries, I've started lookin...

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FALLEN Excerpt
I’d always had poor timing. So much so, that it didn’t surprise me anymore when things go wrong. Sitting before a communication beacon in the middle of nowhere, way off any normal transport route, I almost expected I’d have an unexpected visitor drop in. An...
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