• How can order your book?
    • Amber Gifts is available from Champagne Books. You can purchase your own copy from them at Their Web Site. You may also purchase a copy from Amazon as well as Barnes & Noble. Follow the links on the left side to navigate to their sites. I'll post additional links when additional sites are added.
  • Why don't you self publish your stories?
    • I honestly believe that going through the process of publisher/editor would provide me and the reader with a better product. I want the best story possible. It may also be a form of outside validation. I like the stories, my friends and family like the stories, but I would like to have a total stranger like my story.
    • Some editors are failed writers, but so are most writers. — TS Eliot
  • Who did you read as a child? 
    • Heinlein, Clarke, Zelazny, Anthony, Chalker, lots of Edgar Rice Burroughs, some Asimov, Herbert and Bradbury too. 
  • What are Clarke's Three Laws?
    • When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.
    • The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.
    • Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
  • You mention television, what have you enjoyed watching? 
    • Star Trek, Babylon Five, Firefly, Doctor Who, and even some Buffy. I have an irrational fear that I'm one of the characters from The Big Bang Theory, but I'm not sure who. None the less, the show makes me laugh.
  • What was the last book your read? 
    • Skin Game, by Jim Butcher. (The 15th book in the Harry Dresden series and Truth in Advertising requires me to admit I didn't read it. I listened to it. Bless Audible and their books) I really like JB's story telling style. I wish I had the same gift that he does, but I'm working on it. Maybe after fourteen or more stories, someone will say the same thing about me.
  • What will you write when these three stories are complete? 
    • I recently finished my most current work in progress, Amber Legacy. I'll start working on the next story, possibly entitled Amber Trinity after a short respite. I have a thing for Keats. I have three additional stories sketched out beyond that. One may be called Amber Unbound and will be from a different point of view. That's right, Mitchell won't be telling that story. Imagine that! That may be the end of the series, but I don't guarantee anything. Heck, I just sold my first book less than eight months ago. Just about anything can happen.
  • What is a Teithwyr Amser?
    • The phrase Teithwyr Amser is from old-world origins. The owners of the time travel enabling amber vials use the expression to signify themselves. Usually shortened to Amser, the group has no centralized governing body or common goal. Recognized to fellow Amser by their sparkling appearance, the name has lost much of its original significance.

    As the Series progress the origins and meaning of this simple phrase becomes clearer to the newest Amser.
Send an email and I'll do my best to answer any questions. ~Kevin

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