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Canoples Investigations A New Beginning


Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, we’re focusing on science fiction books. There will be a lot of visitors making an appearance but on Sundays and Tuesdays, this blog will be all about my teen science fiction series—Canoples Investigations!This series began as an idea in 2001, in the horror filled days after the attacks on September 11. My youngest child was in kindergarten at the time. He came home from school that day, asking why did bad people want to hurt us. I couldn’t answer him for several days, because I didn’t know what to say, but after thinking over the events of that day, an idea formed. Four teens facing trouble in space… BD, Cassie, Carl, and Terry were...
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Life Subscription


Good morning and welcome to Monday Blogs. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. K.A. Meng appears today with her tale, Life Subscription. Pay monthly to live or die.In less than sixteen hours, Daven Morris will die unless he earns enough money to pay for his life. He turns to the black-market for a job. One listing will grant him enough, but it has a catch.Daven must work with three strangers to steal something from the Universal Government without knowing exactly what they are taking. If they don’t succeed, Daven’s subscription to live will run out.Get the eBoo...
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Canoples Investigations Exposes Space Dodger


Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, we’re focusing on science fiction books. There will be a lot of visitors making an appearance but on Sundays and Tuesdays, this blog will be all about my teen science fiction series—Canoples Investigations!This series began as an idea in 2001, in the horror filled days after the attacks on September 11. My youngest child was in kindergarten at the time. He came home from school that day, asking why did bad people want to hurt us. I couldn’t answer him for several days, because I didn’t know what to say, but after thinking over the events of that day, an idea formed. Four teens facing trouble in space… BD, Cassie, Carl, and Terry were...
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Troubleshooter For Earth


Good morning and welcome to Sharing Saturday. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Arthur Butt appears today with his tale, Troubleshooter for Earth. Sometimes smuggler and full-time Space pilot Don Weiss teams up with Puddlefoot, a mischievous fairy, to defend Earth. Their greatest challenge, locate and subdue the Vas, an evil race of spider aliens bent on destroying our solar system, and turn them into peaceful non-belligerents. The problem: The Vas do not exist.The solution: AnnihilationGet the eBook from AmazonGet the print book from Amazon About Arthur But...
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The In-Between


Good morning and welcome to Friday Feelings. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Tanya Reimer appears today with her tale, The In-Between. Destinies link in the in-between.A routine surgery lands Cindy in a strange empty hospital that can only be some type of dream linking her between death and life. Running the hallways, searching for a way out, she meets others, entwining their fates beyond this In-Between.Get the eBook on Amazon About Tanya ReimerBorn and raised in Saskatchewan, Tanya enjoys using the tranquil prairies as a setting to her not-so-peaceful sp...
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The Ultimate Weapon


Good morning and welcome to Thursday Thoughts. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Arthur Butt appears today with his tale, The Ultimate Weapon. At the entrance to Ft. Dix, NJ sits a statue of a charging infantryman. The plaque reads in part—THE ULTIMATE WEAPON. In the year 2040, the military decided to take him one step fartherget the eBook on Amazon About Arthur ButtArmy Veteran, graduate of Florida State University, former police officer and plant manager. Native Long Islander now living in Florida was wife, two puppies and SnoopyCat. (and yes, a coffee dri...
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The Travelers


Good morning and welcome to wwwblogs. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Jim Cronin appears today with his tale, The Travelers. The TravelersTime travel is not for the timid.Time travel is not for the faint of heart. Join our two intrepid travelers as they embark on a journey into the past, to the days of the dinosaurs. Marvel at the sights, sounds and incredible creatures of the Cretaceous Period, and learn a bit of actual science along the way. But be wary. You never know how your actions might affect the future for us all.In this, my second short story of ...
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Canoples Investigations Adventures in Space 1


Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, we’re focusing on science fiction books. There will be a lot of visitors making an appearance but on Sundays and Tuesdays, this blog will be all about my teen science fiction series—Canoples Investigations!This series began as an idea in 2001, in the horror filled days after the attacks on September 11. My youngest child was in kindergarten at the time. He came home from school that day, asking why did bad people want to hurt us. I couldn’t answer him for several days, because I didn’t know what to say, but after thinking over the events of that day, an idea formed. Four teens facing trouble in space… BD, Cassie, Carl, and Terry were...
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Of Knight and Devil


Good morning and welcome to Monday Blogs. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Frederick H. Crook appears today with his tale, Of Knight and Devil. It is July 2130, less than a year after the destruction of the Cape Canaveral Spaceport, the last of its kind in America. Major Reginald Mattersly of the British Army’s SRR has been slowly making his way to the west coast, where he wishes to find a home on the beach and live out his life. These plans are cut short when he is ambushed in Nevada by a trio of armed men. To his rescue comes a man who calls himself Elias...
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Canoples Investigations Versus Spacers Rule


Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, we’re focusing on science fiction books. There will be a lot of visitors making an appearance but on Sundays and Tuesdays, this blog will be all about my teen science fiction series—Canoples Investigations!This series began as an idea in 2001, in the horror filled days after the attacks on September 11. My youngest child was in kindergarten at the time. He came home from school that day, asking why did bad people want to hurt us. I couldn’t answer him for several days, because I didn’t know what to say, but after thinking over the events of that day, an idea formed. Four teens facing trouble in space… BD, Cassie, Carl, and Terry were...
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The Summer of '47


Good morning and welcome to Sharing Saturday. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Frederick H. Crook appears today with his tale, The Summer of ‘47.  Aron Lakefield served with the Big Red One during World War Two. He’s made the landings in Sicily and Omaha Beach. He’s marched through Italy, France, and Germany. He’s paid a large sum for his pair of Purple Hearts. Aron was the middle child in the Lakefield family until the war came along. Now, at thirty years old, he’s an only child.After bouncing from one VA hospital to the next for over two years, Aron final...
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Reality Pill


Good morning and welcome to Friday Feelings. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. E.B. Sullivan appears today with her tale, Reality Pill. Sometime in the future, Dr. Kya Leeds creates a reality pill. Her first subject, Newman takes the experimental drug and sees his true past. In the process, he realizes greedy Dr. Uric will stop at nothing to obtain the pill’s formula. To save Kya, Newman whisks her away from earth on a journey toward an uncharted universe.Get the eBook on Amazon About E.B. SullivanE.B. Sullivan, PhD is a clinical psychologist who loves writi...
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Preview of Peace


Good morning and welcome to Thursday Thoughts. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. E.B. Sullivan appears today with her tale, Preview of Peace. Unemotional Clara lives in a minimalist society that promises fair and equal treatment to all its citizens. As an accomplished scientist, she helps create a warrior robot for her power-obsessed leader, Dun. Following his orders, Clara accompanies the special robot on a journey to conquer a distant world. While traveling in outer space Clara experiences astounding and life-changing phenomenon.   Get the eBook on Amazon ...
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Time Warped


Good morning and welcome to wwwblogs. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Eric Ian Steel appears today with his tale, Time Warped. Can The Warp save Earth?Gerald Stone is The Warp, a superhero of almost godlike power. Although the people of Earth regard their protector with awe, to him they are little more than ants. But when an anomaly sweeps through the universe toward Earth, destroying everything in its path, it's up to The Warp to stop it. Trouble is, will he want to? Especially when the power behind the anomaly is revealed to be another survivor from the ...
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Canoples Investigations Destroys Dusters


Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, we’re focusing on science fiction books. There will be a lot of visitors making an appearance but on Sundays and Tuesdays, this blog will be all about my teen science fiction series—Canoples Investigations!This series began as an idea in 2001, in the horror filled days after the attacks on September 11. My youngest child was in kindergarten at the time. He came home from school that day, asking why did bad people want to hurt us. I couldn’t answer him for several days, because I didn’t know what to say, but after thinking over the events of that day, an idea formed. Four teens facing trouble in space… BD, Cassie, Carl, and Terry were...
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Stories


Good morning and welcome to Monday Blogs. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Welcome Jim Cronin today with his science fiction short, Stories. Great teachers use every resource available to help their students learn. Mr. Cowolski is a great science teacher. His students love the stories he tells of distant worlds and powerful beings who created the universe. Blessed with an active imagination, Mr. Cowolski’s dreams provide him with many of his tales. Each story gives wonderful meaning and insight into his lessons, help to simplify complex scientific concepts,...
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Canoples Investigations on Trial


Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, we’re focusing on science fiction books. There will be a lot of visitors making an appearance but on Sundays and Tuesdays, this blog will be all about my teen science fiction series—Canoples Investigations!This series began as an idea in 2001, in the horror filled days after the attacks on September 11. My youngest child was in kindergarten at the time. He came home from school that day, asking why did bad people want to hurt us. I couldn’t answer him for several days, because I didn’t know what to say, but after thinking over the events of that day, an idea formed. Four teens facing trouble in space… BD, Cassie, Carl, and Terry were...
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Deadline


Good morning and welcome to Sharing Saturday. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Debbie De Louise appears today with her tale, Deadline. Get the eBook from Amazon hereWhen college student Susan Shaffer wakes up on the wrong side of the bed in her dorm room, strange things begin to happen. Time seems to shift and draw her into an imaginary deadline that would rival those of the stories she writes for the student paper. Unable to face horrible news that she can’t remember happening, she traces the events of the last few days. Discovering the awful truth of why ...
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Comfort in a Man Named Jakc


Good morning and welcome to Friday Feelings. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Frederick H. Crook appears today with his tale, Comfort in a Man Named Jakc. This book has a particular spot in my heart. You have to read it to understand fully why the main character’s name is spelled like it is! Giacomo “Jack” Petrocelli is an honest, hardworking man of Italian descent, stuck on a post-Great Exodus world slowly falling to chaos. He lives within the confines of Chicago, Illinois, a shrinking city that is suffering from waves of influenza. The love of his life, M...
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The Nightfall Series


Good morning and welcome to Thursday Thoughts. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals. Jeffery Martin Botzenhart appears today with his tales, Daybreak, After Dark, Dead of Night, First Light (Nightfall series). Amidst a world of cyber surveillance and advancing technology of 2035 San Francisco, Sebastian, a teen runaway, innocently accesses a sophisticated virtual reality program.  The breach of this data proves the catalyst in unraveling corporate and government sanctioned deception of the most unimaginable type. And along with his computer hacker friend, Scotty...
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