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David Viner

David Viner, a founding member of the Redwell Writers group (Norwich UK), has had a number of short stories published since 2007. He has edited and contributed to both Redwell Writers anthologies (published in 2017 and 2020). He uses Wattpad to showcase some of his work, including Wisdom of the Ancients (which is often at #1 in their SF category). In 2020 he published two novels, Splinters and Time Portals of Norwich. In 2021 he released a collection of short stories, Time Enough for the World to End. He is currently working on the Time Portals sequel, Time’s Revenge.

 

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Books By David Viner

Word Count: 39000

Summary: How many ways could civilisation, mankind or even the whole world come to an end? Is time travel something that can be controlled? But what if time travel controls you? Here are eighteen short stories from the author of Time Portals of Norwich and Splinters that seek to explore both themes, some with humour, others nightmarishly horrifying. Some stories even manage to combine both themes.

Time Enough for the World to End - David Viner
Time Enough for the World to End

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November 22, 2021

Word Count: 89000

Summary: Cassie's life has never been simple. Orphaned at nine and raised by her grandfather, the past never left her alone. By the time she is seventeen she sees ghosts, hears disembodied voices, and events from history have a habit of rising up to haunt her. On a visit to the Castle Mall shopping centre in Norwich (UK), the past crashes on top of her. Cassie finds herself transported back to the early 1990s in the company of a woman she's never met. And the woman not only looks familiar but claims she's encountered Cassie many times before.

Time Portals of Norwich - David Viner
Time Portals of Norwich

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August 22, 2020

Word Count: 119900

Summary: The year is 2156. The moon colonies watch in fear as an asteroid, far larger than the one that wiped out the dinosaurs, plummets towards the Earth. The collision leaves the planet blackened and lifeless. But is the Earth as dead as it appears?

Splinters - David Viner
Splinters

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August 22, 2020