Monthly Archives: May 2012

A Molecular Weapon

I’ve got a feeling that my biotech sleuth, Dr. Peyton McKean, will soon embark on an adventure that involves tracking down a murderer bent on using this deadly molecular weapon. Continue reading

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Praise for Fat Kid Rules The World

Matthew Lillard, best known as Shaggy in the Scooby-Doo movies, has made his directorial debut with a thoughtful and touching tale of misfit teens, Fat Kid Rules The World. My recommendation? See it. Better yet, help fund it. Continue reading

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Mudball Mars

Someday when astronauts begin terraforming Mars to make it habitable for people, they won’t be troubled by dust so much as by mud. Continue reading

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My stories of space colonists

In my own way, I hope to increase public interest in space exploration by adding the exotic spices of mystery, murder, questing after power and wealth, and the attendant conflicts that characterize human societies wherever they may be. Read on! Continue reading

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