You can see a 20% sample here.
I have a universal link for those areas.
Here’s the US link if anyone in Canada is interested in the book because the Universal link will redirect you the Canadian Kindle page and the paperback doesn’t show there at this time.
If you’re curious about how all these science posts have affected my writing you can check out Bricolage on Amazon! It’s in the Kindle Select Program so you can try it out in the Kindle Lending Library.
How do you get back into active service in the Spacefarer Union when you’re decommissioned and discarded because of the unlicensed repair needed to make you spaceworthy again?
A #boygenius takes a proactive approach to cyberbullying in this month’s newsletter,
Tweet: Homeschooling a #genius has unique challenges in my #sci-fi #flasfic
A stranded Spacefarer finds that educating a #boygenius is a worthwhile investment in my newsletter.
I’m not saying I’m informed enough to write hard science fiction yet, but my article reading has affected the editing of Bricolage, which I plan to release as an indie publication later this year. Perhaps these links will be helpful to another writer or someone might prefer straight science over science fiction. Click the headings you’re interested in or else click “more” to see all the links.
Spacefarer Nix Kaphale is no longer fit enough for space travel in this month’s #scifi #flashfic.
Meet the space probe, MOXEE, a fitting educational toy for a #boygenius in this month’s newsletter.