William Thomas Quick
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William Thomas "Bill" Quick (born 1946), who sometimes writes under the pseudonym Margaret Allan, is a science fiction author and self-described libertarian conservative blogger. Quick is the author of 28 novels, the most famous of which is the cyberpunk Dreams of Flesh and Sand, and co-authored a six-novel series with William Shatner.
Quick runs the conservative blog Daily Pundit.
He attended The Hill School as a member of the class of 1964 but did not graduate.
Quick is the author of 28 novels, the most famous of which is Dreams of Flesh and Sand. He co-authored the six novel Quest for Tomorrow series with William Shatner. He has also written a series of prehistoric adventure novels under the pen name Margaret Allan, the best selling of which was The Last Mammoth.
Quick's 2014 novel Lightning Fall, a disaster thriller, was featured in a USA Today column  by Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds. Quick's novel and Reynold's column were commented on by other libertarian sources, and Quick wrote that the book reached Amazon's Top 200 sales list, and was #3 in Hard SF sales.
Blog "Daily Pundit"
American Conservative Party
In February 2008, Quick was among those involved (he describes himself as "the guy who dreamed up the damned name of the party, registered it, built your first web site, and gave you your first publicity") in the creation of a third party called the American Conservative Party as an alternative to the Democratic and Republican parties. He has since repudiated this organization repeatedly on his blog.
W. T. Quick Blog
In July 2011, Quick started the blog W.T. Quick to blog about his writing and publishing efforts past, present and future.
- Bill Quick's home page with list of works as Margaret Allan
- DailyPundit post, August 15 2007
- The San Francisco Real Estate Blog
- Quick, William T at the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
- New novel spotlights the weakness of our country in the face of crisis by Glenn Reynolds, USA Today, March 24, 2014
- Prof. Glenn Reynolds reviews an intriguing thriller that leads to a devastating question, TheBlaze, 4-24-2014]
- Instapundit Glenn Reynolds on Fast and Slow Disasters for America, Reason.com, 4-24-2014
- Book Report: Lightning Fall: A Novel of Disaster, Daily Pundit, March 25, 2014
- The BradLands: Must See http://
- Daily Pundit posts about the ACP