Fat Fish Talks

People, Things, and Words to Consider

Unexpected Holidays

Sometimes the Journey Requires We Stop

We all have things to give thanks to God for each year. I think we will all admit that some years we have to look deeper for the specific details. You know the drill. Sadly, some years our whines want to overwhelm our sense of gratitude and thanks.

In mid-October this year I suffered a brain bleed while sitting with my family at dinner. I had a pain in my neck that suddenly…

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Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

The NASA Lucy Eyes a Target in the Black

The NASA Lucy mission is a 12-year voyage to fly by and investigate a number of Trojan asteroids out beyond 2 AU. The spacecraft’s first testing target is the relatively small ½ mile main belt asteroid named Dinkinesh.

Observations made by Lucy’s high-resolution camera, the L’LORRI instrument (Lucy LOng…

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Weight of Space Hits the Street

It's Alive! It's Alive!

It was a long time coming. Today is the official publication ship date for the sci-fy, technothriller Weight of Space.

The printed  trade paperback copies of the Weight of Space are available to print and ship on Aug 15, 2023.

Looks…

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A Weight of Space Back Story

How the WOS Came to Be

I started the Weight of Space sometime shortly after the 2008 financial crisis that changed my life forever. What began as regular daily practice writing fiction dialog, inhaled the theme of our human responses to the unexpected circumstances that God throws at us.

Life is full of Black Swans. I’m a fan of Nassim Nicholas Taleb. None of us want to believe…

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Weighty Writer Matters

Of Writing, Me, and Thee

People ask, “Why did you start writing?”
Hubris, I suppose.
Some people love to hear themselves talk. Eheh.

Honestly, I always read. I always wrote. Forgive me. I spent the first five years of my life in a bookstore. Yeah. My father mostly wrote for a living. Maybe it makes sense.

In grade school I wanted to rewrite the Dick and Jane readers. I was bored. I…

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