Heir Apparent: Digital Science Fiction Anthology (Short Story Collection Book 4)

Heir Apparent: Digital Science Fiction Anthology (Short Story Collection Book 4)
Heir Apparent - Digital Science Fiction Anthology - Book 4 (50,950 words; about 186 pages in print), is an anthology of ten original science fiction short stories from professional writers. We are pleased to present in our fourth anthology an exciting collection of new stories from established autho...
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About the Book

Heir Apparent – Digital Science Fiction Anthology – Book 4 (50,950 words; about 186 pages in print), is an anthology of ten original science fiction short stories from professional writers. We are pleased to present in our fourth anthology an exciting collection of new stories from established authors. Our fourth edition of the Digital Science Fiction anthology series serves up a smorgasbord of terrific stories; however, each story has its own unique version of an heir, and we look forward to hearing from our readers on whether those heirs truly do represent a passing down of some type of human bond or connection.

Ten Unique Stories by Professional Science Fiction Authors

Heir Apparent includes 10 first-time-published science fiction short stories by:

– Robert Lowell Russell – Floaters

– Brandon Nolta – Persistence of Memory

– George Walker – To Titan on the Daily

– Paul Cook – Ghostbook

– Eric James Stone – A Lincoln in Time

– Cassandra Rose Clarke – Hooked

– Ed Greenwood – My Silent Slayer

– Ronald D. Ferguson – Philosophy

– Alex Kane – In the Arms of Lachiga

– Martin L. Shoemaker – Father-Daughter Outing

Editorial Standards

Digital Science Fiction Anthology 4 welcomes back Christine Clukey as editor. At Digital Science Fiction, we strive for technically perfect digital versions of all our books. Each Digital Science Fiction book is vetted for superior literary quality then subjected to comprehensive professional editing. After editing, all content is proofread before submission to layout and formatting, then again after the book is fully built. In this way we expect you to find each Digital Science Fiction book not only entertaining, but error free.

Closing Notes

We thank you for your interest in our book, and invite you to plunge into the ten terrific stories contained within. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed presenting them.

About the Author
Martin L. Shoemaker

Martin L. Shoemaker is a programmer who writes on the side... or maybe it's the other way around. He told stories to imaginary friends and learned to type on his brother's manual typewriter even though he couldn't reach the keys. (He types with the keyboard in his lap still today.) He couldn't imagine any career but writing fiction... until his algebra teacher said, "This is a program. You should write one of these."

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