About the author

I am a retired scientist and now a science fiction author who has published his first two books – The Blue People of Cloud Planet and Disaster Earth – as an e-book and paperback. These are the first two volumes of the trilogy – Quest of the Dicepterons – so there’s more to come and I am hard at work on Volume 3 – The Quanoxy Zeric Galaxy.

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I have always been fascinated by space exploration and am utterly convinced that we are not alone in the universe. Pioneers 10 & 11 blasted off in the late sixties / early seventies and were unique in two aspects. They would be the first man-made objects to leave our solar system  and travel towards other stars and both carried a golden plaque depicting many pictorial aspects of mankind and the relative position of Earth in space. Back then I wondered if one of those plaques would ever be seen again and the grains of a story took place. 40 years later I have written this story.

Gold plaque on Pioneer 10

Gold plaque on Pioneer 10

In writing this story I have tried to be realistic concerning mans’ capabilities in 150 years time when I believe we will be able to reach the nearest stars. Further I have proposed a credible evolution for The Blue People of Cloud Planet. However, there may be ‘something else out there’ about which we have no knowledge [yet]. Enter the Dicepterons and try to…

Imagine the unimaginable!

I hope you enjoy this technical Blog about space exploration and I would really like to hear your views on the topics discussed. Maybe you will be interested enough to visit the website where you can see reviews, read the first few chapters and hopefully follow the options to obtain your copy.

One thought on “About the author

  1. Hello; Found your blog by following it from your twitter account. I prefer emails to direct messages. Its unusual to find someone who approaches their writing so practically especially in the area of science fiction. Looking forward to getting to know you and your writing better. Best wishes, Max

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