Tag Archives: dystopian

Overtime: A Basketball Parable (Chapter Five)

5. I entered the world of basketball when I was twelve years old. I had not a clue that I was trying out for anything. We were lined up for gym class, all forty-five or fifty of us, along the … Continue reading

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Overtime: Chapter Three

And here, faithful readers, is the third installment (chapter) from this exciting and profound novel of mine that you are getting for free! Happy reading!                                                        3. I remember my wreck, at least some of it. I was fifty-one … Continue reading

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Twenty-Four More Hours

Yep.  Just one more day to download your free copy of the new dystopian thriller, Days That Ever Come.  It’s a short read, challenging and engaging and prescient about the issues we now face as a culture and where we might be … Continue reading

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It’s Free, Right Now

Here’s a link to the free download of W. S. McCarty’s new book, Days That Ever Come. http://www.amazon.com/Days-That-Ever-Come-McCarty-ebook/dp/B00TNPECOS/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1439217695&sr=1-1&keywords=days+that+ever+come+mccarty   It’s a dystopian story, set in the near future, in the tradition of Orwell and Huxley.  And to day and tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Free Download: New Dystopian Novelist

Ever wonder where George Orwell and Aldous Huxley are, now that we really need them? Well, if you’d like to hear a fine writer tell you once again where this morally-blind trail we are on is leading us, you might … Continue reading

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What I Love About Blogging (VII): Freedom, Resistance, New Voices

The blogosphere is a place of unprecented freedom.  It is new country, largely unregulated, where anybody can say just about whatever they want to say.  And if you look around long enough, you will find voices – unique and worthwhile … Continue reading

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