Strangers in the Night – David Whitaker

Emptiness. A vast, frozen void, stretching out in all directions, extending to the infinite. Like a colossal blank canvas, it was mammoth in scope, yet almost entirely devoid of life, thought, or purpose. The probe was an exception. Easing its way slowly but surely between the solar systems, it glided determinedly forth. In the immense cosmic scale of things, it was nothing; just a slim metal construct a couple of metres across, utterly insignificant in…

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A question for David Whitaker

Q: Do you prefer your SFF as books or movies?

A: I love SFF movies, but I can never find enough of them and with a few noteworthy exceptions the production quality can often be disappointing (and the science ridiculous). By contrast, the realm of SFF books is far greater and much more satisfying!


David Whitaker’s story “Strangers in the Night” was
published on Friday, 15 June 2018.

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About David Whitaker

David Whitaker is originally from the UK though has traveled around and now resides in New Zealand. He has a degree in Journalism, however decided that as he has always preferred making things up it should ultimately become a resource rather than a profession. His stories, covering everything from sci-fi to philosophy, can be found at wordsbydavid.com


David Whitaker’s story “Strangers in the Night” was
published on Friday, 15 June 2018.

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