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  2. Hello I was browsing the net for unusual images to post on my Facebook Page. I love the helium airships, would you send one, from time to time to me via my facebook message option I would like to post one as a cover photo to share on my page. I can provide you with credits which you could write for yourself. I am Kathryn Stewart McDonald on Facebook, my page shows Kathryn Stewart photo of me in pink room. I am a writer, love to post beautiful things and news I love your work. Kathryn

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  4. I am confused. I think there are only two books and I loved them both. When will you have a new one come out? I am really looking forward to more in this series.

    • Sorry for the confusion, but I’m so glad you liked the first two books!

      Book 3, as of this writing, is sitting on my editor’s desk. I can’t formally announce anything and I don’t have any release details, but I’d hope it’s out by the fall or at least the end of the year. Book 4 is underway now and hopefully will be released next year. There will be 4 books total in the series. When I have clearance to announce hard and fast details, I’ll be certain to post them on the blog here.

      Thanks so much for reading!

  5. Chris Evangelista

    Hello Professor,
    I was a former student of yours in your Tech and Lit class and that writing class that first years take MCPHS. I enjoyed your Tech and Lit class a lot and I just wanted to thank you for reminding me that reading can be fun again and that I don’t have to spend the rest of my life reading medical textbooks.
    Anyways, I finished my graduate program and now I have a lot more spare time on my hands. I wondering if there were any other Sci-Fi related books you suggest reading. Were there any other books that you wanted to add to the Tech and Lit class but weren’t able to add?
    Thanks again,
    Christopher Evangelista

    • Hi, Chris! Happy to hear from you and congratulations!

      I don’t think we read Dune by Frank Herbert in your class. Big and challenging but definitely worth the read.

      Also check out these (scifi, but didn’t necessarily fit with the class):
      The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K LeGuin
      Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
      The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein
      Trading in Danger by Elizabeth Moon
      All Systems Red by Martha Wells

      All of these are super and are a good start. Some of them are the starts of series. Oh, and of course I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention my own novels (they’re fantasy, not scifi): start with The Oldest Trick, if you’re interested. There are links on this site.

      Happy reading!

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