Tonight, Monday, April 11, 2022, 7-9:00 pm PT, join Sacramento Suburban Writers Club and ML Hamilton as she let’s us know all about publishing. See Newsletter link. Zoom links on p. 1 and 2 of the newsletter.
Join us via Zoom on Monday, April 11, 2022 from 7-9:00 p.m. PacificTime. We’re in California, but you could be anywhere. Zoom address is on page one and two of the Sacramento Suburban Writers Club April, 2022 Newsletter. ML Hamilton is the author of 60 books over the last eleven years. I calculate that’s one book every two months, and she’s had 300,000 sales. She’ll tell us a bit about how to currently publish your work.
Here’s a video of one balloon bursting as seen from the platform of another balloon transported highrack. This view is rare, and quite a distance from the observing platform. Other videos can be seen through http://www.JPAerospace.com
The kids of today are the space travelers of tomorrow.
Where Space Kitten goes, so goes JP and his Ascenders, plowing through the bubbling void of the Cosmos. Look! Up in the orbit of Pluto, it’s Space Kitten of JP Aerospace!
More about JP Aerospace in the space futures book: The Space Trade Update available through http://thespacetrade.com
Once again, John M Powell is back in his lab, dreaming up more tests to discover which fork to take on the experimental path leading to a new hybrid drive system. This fork employs new elements to provide a more effective MHD plasma rocket. He’ll know by the data uptakes whether or not more thrust or more electrical power will be derived from this series of tests.
Even before he became a paint and color salesman in his little store in Humboldt County, California, Jack Morris was an artist. Thanks go to the builders of this new website for its vivid portrayal of the creative genius of Mr. Morris.
What Smashwords and Draft2Digital can do for you. Info on their merger. How they make money. Narrated by Cle Curbo, award-winning SciFi author.
In Sacramento, this Saturday, February 26, at Avid Reader bookstore in Sacramento, meet multi-book author and aerospace engineer, Brett Hofstadt, as he tells the touching story of how he was inspired to write his latest book from the world famous children’s book, Good Night Moon.