New sci-fi and science reads for January 2023

2023 is here! And what better way to ring in the New Year than with some scintillating sci-fi and science to while away the long winter evenings. Here are some hot reads for cold nights! Why Does Math Work…If It’s Not Real?: Episodes in Unreasonable Effectiveness by Dragan Radulovi??An intriguing look at how certain mathematical […]

New sci-fi and science reads for November 2022

There’s lots of sci-fi and science to broaden our horizons this month with two new international sci-fi anthologies and a trip into the murky world of black holes and time itself. And we get to revel in the world of jet-setting super-spies with a Bond-related science read! Mathematical Intelligence: A Story of Human Superiority Over […]

Sci-fi Imagineering (Oct 2022)

Some authors stick with you no matter what, and one of those for me was Robert Heinlein. His stories were always full of amazing details and immensely thought-provoking. They also had some of my favorite covers, many of which were created by British artist, Tim White. After graduating from the Medway College of Design in […]

New sci-fi and science reads for October 2022

October means cozy nights on the couch with a bowl of soup, a blanket, and a good book, or two, to hand. Let’s see which new books might tempt us this month, including a few that might be jostling for position on the “gifts for the sci-fi/science fan in your life” list. A Traveler’s Guide […]

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 […]