Canadian University Student Publishes Debut Science Fiction Novel

Canadian University Student Publishes Debut Science Fiction Novel










(PRWEB) November 14, 2004

PageFree Publishing has released Cavan Terrill’s debut novel, Blurred Line, a science fiction tale set in the heart of future corporate America.

Following the paths of an android spurned by her creators, a virtual reality junkie disconnected with the real world and a hitman mired in an unhappy life, Blurred Line tells the story of what it takes to stay at the top of the corporate game in a world where corporations have become government. The biggest of these companies, Summerstone, is about to face a crisis which will change the way the world thinks and could cause the downfall of the society in which it exists.

Author Ali Al Saeed calls Terrill “a great sci-fi author in the making” and Blurred Line a “compelling and engaging read.”

Terrill lives in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, where he attends the University of Ottawa as a third year English student. He began writing at the age of thirteen and is currently at work on the sequel to Blurred Line, titled Glistening Edges and Right Angles.

Blurred Line is available direct through the publisher (http://www.pagefreepublishing.com) or through Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

More information on the book and the author is available at the author’s website (http://www.blurredline.com).

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Canadian University Students Publish Short Fiction Collection

Canadian University Students Publish Short Fiction Collection










Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) November 27, 2006

After releasing his own novel in 2005, University of Ottawa student Cavan Terrill decided to switch gears, putting down his pen to try on the editor’s hat. “Getting short fiction published these days isn’t easy,” he says. “It was important to me to provide others with an avenue to get their work into print.”

Terrill, an English Honours student, was joined by Carleton University student and fellow Ottawa resident G.R.C. Lewis, who is currently pursuing a double major in English and Law.

The search for the perfect mix of stories was a long one, as the two editors began reading submissions in July 2005 and weren’t satisfied that they’d come up with the right combination until over a year later. “It was a long journey, but a rewarding one,” says Terrill. “We took the time to get things right.”

The two editors published the book through Apodis Publishing, a company founded by Terrill in March of 2005. Apodis uses a print-on-demand printing model, meaning there is no initial run for titles. Instead, copies of the book are printed off as they ordered.

The subjects of the stories in the book run the gamut; from time travel, alien artifacts, and artificial intelligence to troubled teens, struggling writers and the social consequences of the science vs. religion debate.

Goodbye, Darwin is available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Additionally, free electronic copies of the book can be downloaded at the publisher’s website (http://www.apodispublishing.com)under a Creative Commons license.

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