The Short of It
I was having so much fun sharing information with you in my blogs, and to my surprise, my books weren’t magically writing themselves.
The Long of It
Better Dig 2, Novella 4 of The Creep Mesquite Anthology is due out this March and my Young Adult novel The Other Kind is scheduled for release this summer. So in an effort to meet my deadlines, I streamlined my Wednesdays’ blogs. Still much great science fiction information just not as in-depth.
I also believe this helps aid the busy reader. And let’s face it, who doesn’t need a little help these days?
Poll Results for:
“If we cannot grow beyond one planet, we will die here. If we make it beyond, the lifespan of humanity is no longer so limited.”—WP
“Look after earth, control our population size, stop polluting, reserve resources, and start researching the things we will need to break out and colonise other worlds. If we screw up this planet we may find we no longer have the ability to escape anyway. And who is escaping? The rich who made their wealth and power by destroying the planet in the first place?” —LG
“A lot could happen in the next 4B years. And if there’s one lesson we should learn from post-1970 computing, it’s that tasks that seemed impossible become a lot easier a couple of Moore’s Law doubling periods later. Maybe starseeding, self-contained Von Neumann replicators made from a few molecules of DNA will make it to the stars. Space is still big, empty, hostile and the wrong end of the gravity well, though.”—JB
“Just shoot bacteria at probable planets and hope you make a difference.” —LG
The least we can do is return the favor.
The Probe—probing the unknown in science fiction, science, paranormal, fiction, ghosts, monsters, aliens, space, UFOs, strange, and weird.
- Were Ancient Astronauts the Anunnaki? - August 18, 2020
- Part 6: Ancient Astronauts and Religion — How Human Are the Gods? - July 14, 2020
- Part 5: Ancient Astronauts and Religion — What Are We? - July 14, 2020