You can read the first two installments of this interview here: Part I & Part II An Interview with @SETINET (aka James Brown) Part III *** J.S: Could ET be enjoying old “I Love Lucy” reruns right now? Could we watch their old “I Love Klaatu” reruns? SETI Net: It’s possible that ET could be curled up … Continue reading The Scientific Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – Part III
You can read the first installments of this interview here: Part I An Interview with @SETINet (aka James Brown) Part II *** J.S.: My novel, The Halo Revelations, deals with the idea of aliens communicating with Earth, and with the idea that aliens could have visited Earth in our past. I wrote the book (as one … Continue reading The Scientific Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – Part II
An Interview with @SETINet (aka James Brown) Part I When I first met James Brown on Twitter, I looked at his alien-head avatar and secretly wondered if he was some kind of kook. So, of course, I went to check out his website, Seti.net, to see just how afraid I should be. Turns out, the only thing … Continue reading The Scientific Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence:
I just got back from a two-day vacation with my family. Thinking about being away from social media, even for that short length of time, sent me into a state of panic. Of course, I knew I wouldn’t be totally isolated—I still had my smartphone but, let’s face it, it’s not the same as a … Continue reading Thoughts From The Road
My novel The Halo Revelations was just released. It's now available in e-book format at Amazon.com Here's the blurb, if you're interested: The body of an archaeologist is sent home in an urn. At the same time, a video he recorded ten years earlier goes viral on the internet. The video shows him wearing an … Continue reading The Halo Revelations is released today!
I’m not a very romantic gal, but today’s my anniversary — a very significant one — and I’ve suddenly found myself feeling very sentimental. I was thinking back on our wedding day and remembered Bridge Over Troubled Water being played during the Mass. It certainly isn’t a classic wedding song, but I think the idea … Continue reading Sail on Silver Girl
They turn their heads When I drive by In my little red car I toss them a smile And they high-five And shoulder bump As if they’ve just won Some great victory * You don’t understand, My husband says, You never have Yes…I do I want to say But what good is it? Except for … Continue reading A Game With Passers-by
Today my life was touched by a man I did not know. I often have occasion to drive by a veteran’s memorial park when I have errands to run or family to visit. A week ago, I noticed yellow police tape encircling the small parking area of the memorial. I knew something bad had happened. … Continue reading Touched By a Stranger
I am about to embark on an exciting, yet somewhat daunting, journey—writing a series of historical novels based on my own family’s history. While doing research, I was scanning through some old books of mine and I came across this introduction by John Jakes in front of one of his novels from the Kent … Continue reading The more things change, the more they stay the same.