March 31, 2021

Episode 38: Timeless Stray

Episode 38: Timeless Stray

ANOTHER Victorian sci-fi episode! Yes! ANOTHER New Author! DOUBLE YES!

If you recall, Episode 14: One Last Time was Victorian Sci-Fi, too!

Timeless Stray: Investigators in Victorian England are hired to find out whether a fortune teller is real or if she is a charlatan. In any case, sometimes the future should just be left alone.

This is the first story by one of our first NEW Untold Tales authors, Gil Schmidt. Gil introduces himself here...

"I was born. I’m told I was very little. Had to grow, but did so by tearing around the neighborhood crashing into things (trees can be tricky) or acting like each baseball game (or any game, for that matter) was a "winner take all" epic. And by reading. Plenty of short stories, particularly those in "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine" and "Boy's Life." Also comic books, tons and tons of comic books, along with science fiction by the truckloads. And anything else I could find, from "Newsweek" and "Reader's Digest" to "Highlights" and the encyclopedia. Started writing at 12, have kept at it since. Not as prolific as I like, but then again, whose fault is that? I say the trees, who have a record of 11-0 against me. On the other hand, my stories have appeared in thousands of printed pages, so maybe I have evened the score."

Find Gil on his Amazon author's page at www.amazon.com/author/gilcschmidt

Find him on Facebook HERE! http://www.facebook.com/JeniusPublishers

If you'd like to purchase other books by Gil Schmidt, which have many more stories for your reading enjoyment, you can find them here... https://www.amazon.com/Gil-C.-Schmidt/e/B008A7SFAC/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1484923242&sr=1-2-ent

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Gil Schmidt

"I was born. I’m told I was very little. Had to grow, but did so by tearing around the neighborhood crashing into things (trees can be tricky) or acting like each baseball game (or any game, for that matter) was a "winner take all" epic. And by reading. Plenty of short stories, particularly those in "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine" and "Boy's Life." Also comic books, tons and tons of comic books, along with science fiction by the truckloads. And anything else I could find, from "Newsweek" and "Reader's Digest" to "Highlights" and the encyclopedia. Started writing at 12, have kept at it since. Not as prolific as I like, but then again, whose fault is that? I say the trees, who have a record of 11-0 against me. On the other hand, my stories have appeared in thousands of printed pages, so maybe I have evened the score." - Gil Schmidt

He has appeared in 1 episode and is scheduled for another in the near future.