Science on Sunday

I’ve been working hard on editing book two in the Logan’s World series, Kwelengsen Dawn, which will release on June 7th. I’m getting toward the end of this round of editing, and most of the work is the frustrating, nit-picky job of commas, periods, and similar. The downside of this focus is that it means […]

Science on Sunday

This week, I started counting steps as part of my ongoing attempts to recover my fitness after a partial foot amputation several years ago. Needless to say it’s been a long process, but I finally feel able to put my best foot forward (pun intended!) and measure my walking. So far, I’ve managed about 7000 […]

Science on Sunday

Our winter weather seemed to be on its way out, but this week we’ve had the “fun” of more snow and freezing temperatures. When will it end? My garage door is finally here, but the installers can’t put it in until I can move my car out of the garage. And I can’t move the […]

Sparks of imagination

When I was young, probably around the age of thirteen or fourteen (far too many years back to be comfortable to admit!), I had the chance to see 2001; A Space Odyssey for the first time. I’d already read the Arthur C. Clarke novel and read about the making of the movie in various sci-fi […]

Science on Sunday

What a week this has been. Seems like I’ve had nothing but internet and server issues all week long, Despite that, I’ve managed to slog my way through to the end of this round of editing on the next Logan’s World book, for which I have to thank my wonderful wife, who painstakingly ensures I […]

Science on Sunday

This week was a mix of editing and garages. The edits on the 2nd Logan’s World book are going well, and as the temperatures have warmed up a bit, I was able to get out to do a little work in my garage – something I’d not be able to think of for at least […]