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Official website of Kindle Best-Selling Author -- Thomas K. Carpenter.
His novels include The Digital Sea trilogy, the Gamers trilogy and the Alexandrian Saga. He also writes short stories and edits a yearly anthology about augmented reality called Mirror Shards. His fiction can be found at all online retailers in electronic and paperback form.
If you would like to communicate futher, please contact him at carpe (at) centurytel (dot) net. You can also follow on twitter - @thomaskcarpente.
"...I love young adult dystopia novels...this book ranks with some of the best…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 and Audiobook $19.95 "Book Two of the Gamers Trilogy" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 "Book Three of the Gamers Trilogy " Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 "...I truly loved and enjoyed this book…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 and Audiobook $19.95 "Book Two of The Digital Sea Trilogy" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 "...a riveting read that shouldn't be overlooked…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 Extending the Edges of Augmented Reality (An Anthology) Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $14.99 Kindle Best-Selling Short Story Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $2.99 "...doesn't let up until the final sentence…" Kindle Best-Selling Novelette Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $2.99
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- The Roundtable Podcast » Blog Archive » A Special RTP Update: Guest Hosts and Writers, Accomplishments and News! on Mirror Shards: Volume Two — TOC Announcement
- Sam Lytle on About the Writer
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Tag Archives: The Writer’s Life
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Tweet Through my publisher, Black Moon Books, I’m pleased to be releasing another short story: The Unbelievers. I’ll hit you with a description of the novelette first. Power exists through the illusion of belief… Stephen’s sister dies slowly from a … Continue reading
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Tweet The last few weeks have been hectic. I’ve finished five shorts, including a requested story for an anthology, and finished the latest edits on my most recent novel Gamers. I still have to type in the edits and write … Continue reading
Tweet Last week I was searching through my older writings, and I came upon an essay I had written for the This I Believe project on NPR. The way it worked was that anyone could send in an essay, and … Continue reading