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William Campbell Powell

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William Campbell Powell I try to have several projects on the go at once, so that if I get stuck on one, I can switch. At the moment I'm working with Tor on a follow-on to…moreI try to have several projects on the go at once, so that if I get stuck on one, I can switch. At the moment I'm working with Tor on a follow-on to Expiration Day. I'm also working on an 1830s historical novel.(less)
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Expiration Day

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My publicist asked if I'd do a guest post for the NotYeadRead.com blog site. After a little thought, I came up with a special chapter that filled in a little bit of backstory, around how even in the last days of humanity, there's still discrimination about.

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“Sometimes choice works like that. One person's choice is another's loss of choice.”
William Campbell Powell, Expiration Day

“While you live, choose, and by your choices, make the universe richer.”
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“What rational being would willingly enter a relationship that's guaranteed to end in sorrow? Grieving husband buries wife, or vice versa. Or they divorce. But we marry anyway. Because even death and divorce is better than loneliness.”
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