Eye Catching Cover The cover art for The Apprentice Stone is complete! A shout-out to the artist who did a wonderful job. I would recommend Rebeca from RebecaCovers to anyone because she is flexible, quick, and talented. Mysterious Elements The knight on the cover is the main character Francisco when he’s in his early thirties. Francisco is 12 to 16 in this novel. The castle in the fog behind him is Almovodar … Continue reading Cover Art Ready!
I jumped on the Amazon website today, and was surprised to see the question, “Is time travel possible?” I hadn’t seen a poll like this on Amazon, and wondered if it had anything to do with my interest in science fiction. If so, then it’s good marketing. Just for fun, I answered yes. The poll results in this image popped up. Really? Sixty percent? I … Continue reading Is Time Travel Possible?
Free New eBook for Next 3 Days! Science Fiction Short Story Sale Ends June 1st Avar-Tek Event 3: Cohesion Lost eBook published May 2012 For Alexander Sevik, providing for his family is hard enough without losing grip on reality. His dreams are real. One night, he lives the entire life of a deckhand on a Spanish galleon. The next night, it’s life as an ancient … Continue reading Just Released: Cohesion Lost
** SPOILER ALERT ** If you have not read Cohesion Lost but plan to, then do not read this. It contains information that will spoil the plot. In the novel Cohesion Lost, Tenbu and his classmates use plexus beds to relive the lives of historic figures. What a way to learn history. Historical dates are no longer abstract. When was the battle of Waterloo? If you … Continue reading DecNef – Learning Through Brain Mapping “Matrix” Style
I had the opportunity last Thursday to visit NASA’s Space Power Facility. I won’t bore you with the stats. You can see them here. This blog is a personal reflection. I was born in the 60’s and one of my earliest memories is the glow of the television on my dad’s face late one night. I snuck out of bed and dad was in the … Continue reading Reigniting a Passion for Science