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Martian Solar Storm
One of the things I truly enjoyed about writing The Orthogonal Galaxy was my study of Mars.  It is such a surreal planet, full of fascinating features and atmospheric surprises.  A solar storm recently caused an intense aurora and significant radiation.  In...
Martian Solar Storm
Martian Solar Storm
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Purple Beam
For those who have read The Orthogonal Galaxy, you know that it starts off with a startling astronomical phenomenon known as a yellow beam.  Here's a fascinating article on a type of aurora named "Steve" that looks like a purple beam: http://www.businessins...
Purple Beam
Purple Beam
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Exoplanet Discovery
It seems like we hear about new exoplanet discoveries every day.  It seems like the holy grail of astronomy these days is finding another planet which has the right ingredients for life.  In our own Solar System, for example, the Earth is the only planet we...
Exoplanet Discovery
Exoplanet Discovery
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PUBLISHED: "The Twisted Galaxy"
My new novel, " The Twisted Galaxy " is now available at Amazon.com and Smashwords .  The eBook is priced at $0.99 on all platforms, while the paperback is listed at $9.99 . This is the second book in " The Galaxy Series " and follows astronauts Paol Joonte...
PUBLISHED: "The Twisted Galaxy"
PUBLISHED: "The Twisted Galaxy"
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"The Twisted Galaxy" Cover
Just back from the art shop!  Here are the Kindle and paperback covers for the new book. It's starting to feel real now! I hope  The Twisted Galaxy  shows improvement in my writing since I published book 1.  Specifically, I paid special attention to editing...
"The Twisted Galaxy" Cover
"The Twisted Galaxy" Cover
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Twisted Galaxy Blurb
The Twisted Galaxy is getting ever so close to publication now.  I'm expecting another round of edits back from the editor now, and based on initial feedback, I think we'll be very close to a final draft very soon... so close in fact, that I have already cr...
Twisted Galaxy Blurb
Twisted Galaxy Blurb
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Water on Mars
While we've known for a while that there is water on Mars, The Orthogonal Galaxy suggested a lot of underground water that astronauts at Camp Mars could tap into.  A recently published article claims that one crater on Mars is believed to host an ice sheet ...
Water on Mars
Water on Mars
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The Twisted Galaxy
Fans everywhere have been clamoring to know what happened to promising new author, Michael L. Lewis.  (Ok, the truth is a couple of guys at the office keep asking when book 2 will be published.)  ;-) Well, I'm here to say that I am alive and well.  It's bee...
The Twisted Galaxy
The Twisted Galaxy
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Galaxy Series - Book Two Status
When I first published The Orthogonal Galaxy , the first book of the Galaxy Series, I had set a goal to finish the second book of the series at the end of 2015.  Sadly, that deadline came and went, but I'm pleased to announce that I have a cohesive first dr...
Galaxy Series - Book Two Status
Galaxy Series - Book Two Status
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Missions to Mars via the Moon
For lovers of the science fiction genre, it is compelling to think of a future where the fiction becomes fact.  History has shown that many things dreamed up by sci-fi authors have become true later.  Star Trek brought us computers, tablets, wireless commun...
Missions to Mars via the Moon
Missions to Mars via the Moon
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