This book had the same problem as the last one. It. Was. Way. Too. Predictable. The writing is beautiful and invoked empathy and emotion, but the plot was lacking.Although, I have to admit that this book was better than the last and it was less predicable than the last. But back to the writing. It… Continue reading Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund by Blaize Clement( book 2 in the Dixie Hemingway Mystery); a book review.
I clutched the paper in my fingers until I tore the edges away.You will not die. Loosening my grip on the note I began to read the rest of the page. “There is an automatic air filter on your ship. You will not die from the lack of oxygen; at least not for a while.… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; Part Three
Albert Einstein had never interested me much until I read a book by Walter Issacson called “Einstein”. Then my interest peaked and soared. Einstein had a very complex life that was quite intriguing. I tend to separate intelligence and creativity and think smarts are more important than imagination, but Einstein sure didn’t. From what I… Continue reading Rambler’s Digest #10; Albert Einstein
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The ship keeps rocking. I keep counting the rocks; one,two, one,two,one,two. We don’t know why the ship keeps doing that. Okay, maybe it’s space monsters? Or it’s my imagination. No one else seems to notice. One of my two crew members loves the other one so he is quite distracted. That maybe why he doesn’t… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; Part Two.
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