Stephen B. Pearl

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Stephen B. Pearl? He is a husband, mystic, science enthusiast, home handyman, backyard mechanic, and writer. His works tell the story.

PUBLISHING HISTORY

NOVELS

Cats Novel Published by Ankh Shen publishing September 2018
Tinkers Sea novel published by Brain Lag Publishing, August 2016
Horn of the Kraken novel published by Pendelhaven, July 2015
War of the Worlds 2030 novel published by Damnation Press, September 2013
Worlds Apart novel published by Dark Dragon Publishing, August 2013
Nukekubi novel published by Dark Dragon Publishing, April 2012
Slaves of Love novel published by Club Lighthouse Publishing, March 2010
Tinker’s Plague novel published by Draumr Publishing, December 2009
The Hollow Curse novel published by Club Lighthouse Publishing, June
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Stephen B. Pearl Strange as it sounds I stop writing. When I stop I get itchy for it then ideas come. The world is full of ideas and inspiration. Look around you, what…moreStrange as it sounds I stop writing. When I stop I get itchy for it then ideas come. The world is full of ideas and inspiration. Look around you, what pisses you off? Good write a story where the hero fixes the mess. What scares you? Blow it up make it larger than life and then make your lead character deal with it. Inspiration is everywhere. I wrote a short story once inspired by the fact at preying mantis females eat their mates after sex. That one may have been inspired because my wife and I had a fight but I’m sticking with the preying mantis story, it’s safer. :-)(less)
Stephen B. Pearl There are so many. Long lost friends, what would their return bring to your life? Why did they vanish? Health issues, why are they there, have I been…more There are so many. Long lost friends, what would their return bring to your life? Why did they vanish? Health issues, why are they there, have I been experimented on by government/aliens. Given that the US government tested germ warfare agents in the Toronto subway system with the approval of the Canadian government this isn’t as far-fetched as it seems.
Where are my blooming bolt cutters, did a stalker break in a ‘borrow’ them. I have some heavy gauge steel to cut and I can’t find them. It’s life.
Life is resplendent with plotlines you just have to look at things a little sideways. Being a little paranoid helps, but also believing that the universe is far more vast and involved than we will ever comprehend opens things up for plotting quite a bit.
The key is to have the gem of reality that the more extreme ideas anchor too.
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Average rating: 4.28 · 111 ratings · 35 reviews · 15 distinct works
Nukekubi

4.50 avg rating — 20 ratings — published 2012 — 3 editions
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Tinker's Plague

3.95 avg rating — 19 ratings — published 2009 — 5 editions
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Worlds Apart

3.56 avg rating — 9 ratings — published 2013 — 3 editions
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Horn of the Kraken

4.29 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2015
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War of the Worlds 2030

3.71 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2013 — 3 editions
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The Hollow Curse

4.25 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2009 — 2 editions
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Tinker's Sea

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Balance in all things

Balance in all things. In writing Horn of the Kraken I realised that I might wrongly vilify some people. The truth is politicks and privilege corrupt and to be honest a modern Pagan would probably find they had more in common with a Christian from the first or second century CE than with many of the Pagans of the time. Most Christians I have known have been descent people just trying to get by.... Read more of this blog post »
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“Life is a sewer and we are all but swimmers within it. Smart people do the backstroke. (In other words you gotta have a giggle.)”
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“Life is a sewer and we are all but swimmers within it. Smart people do the backstroke. (In other words you gotta have a giggle.)”
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Stephen Pearl Good to have you aboard Loreile.


Lorelei Orion Hi, Stephen. Thanks for the friendship!


Stephen Pearl That's cool are you in Hamilton? We may actually cross paths sometime. I don't know if my message went through about the interview but I'd love to do one at your convenience. Keep smiling.


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