Tales of the Dim Knight
By Adam Graham, Illustrated by Andrea Graham, Edited by Holly Heisey, Edited by Grace Bridges, By David James
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Superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when an alien gives him supernatural powers. Follow his zany adventures as he fights crime and corruption while keeping his family together and avoiding being sued for copyright infringement...
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Tales of the Dim Knight
9781927154076
by Adam Graham
illustrated by Andrea Graham
edited by Holly Heisey
edited by Grace Bridges
by David James
22 November 2010
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A truly original premise, Tales of a Dim Knight is a light-hearted escape into the world of superheroes and villains with a thoughtful twist as to what matters most in life. ~ Jill Williamson, autho...
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Author Biography

Adam Graham is a mild-mannered goofball whose science fiction stories appear in Residential Aliens, Light at the Edge of Darkness, and in the Laser & Sword e-zine. His political column appears on Pajamasmedia.com and Renew America. He hosts the Truth and Hope Report podcast, the Old Time Dragnet Radio Show, the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio, and the Old Time Superman Radio Show. Mr. Graham holds a general studies Associate of Arts degree from Flathead Valley Community College with a concentration in Journalism. Andrea Graham studied creative writing and religion at Ashland University, has been envisioning fantastic worlds since at least six, and has been writing science fiction novels since she was fourteen. She edited Adam Graham's first novel, Tales of the Dim Knight as well as his short story "Chosen of God," which was featured in Light at the Edge of Darkness along side her own "Frozen Generation." Andrea and Adam live with their cat, Joybell, in Boise, Idaho.