The Lights of Ceres

Is life outside of our planet the ultimate discovery?

A trio of explorers land on the asteroid, Ceres, in hopes of explaining the mysterious lights detected on its surface, only to discover more questions than answers.

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Enigmatic patches of light on the largest body in the asteroid belt, Ceres, now suspected to be the work of living organisms, prompts the first manned mission to another celestial body since the moon landing. However, the search for life outside of our planet is quickly eclipsed by something much bigger.

*****

And be sure to check out:

“Ringshine”

“As a avid science fiction reader I had to check this book out. Ringshine is a short story which had me hooked by the middle and then carried me right through to the end.”

5 Stars – Amazon.com

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Ringshine

Life has been seeded throughout the solar system and has evolved time and again only to be repeatedly snuffed out, sometimes by nature itself, sometimes by unnatural forces. Is it our destiny to explore the universe, or will the act of exploration lead to life’s demise… again?

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“Twice Upon A Time”

Not all stories have happy endings.

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Fairy Tales, Myth and Folklore Retold With Some Dark Twists

BlackBlueCircle

New Short Stories and more at Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords!!!

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Planetary Defense Command

In early January, many bloggers posted their plans for the coming year.  I’m just getting around to it now – that should tell you what kind of a year I’ve been having.

Here’s a list of things I hope to do in 2017.  I’ll place a poll below, so you can tell me which ones actually sound interesting.

red-sun#1:  Finish my magazine quest.  I’ve read issues of 34 different SFF magazines, but I’ve only reviewed 20 of them so far.

#2:  Endlessly analyze the results of my magazine quest until my follower count dwindles to zero.

#3:  Complete rounds 2 and 3 of the magazine quest, where I read additional issues of the better magazines, and decide whether to subscribe.

Resnick3#4:  Compare anthologies to magazines.  A lot of the anthologies I read are single-author, but for a more apples-to-apples comparison, I’ll be using multi-author anthologies.  Suggestions…

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Three Horned Dinosaur – Aurora Triceratops – model kit

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Originally posted on parlor of horror:
Aurora Prehistoric Scenes Triceratops – model kit with the Lava Pool Base extention I finally tackled another model kit build after a short hiatus. This one is an original Aurora Prehistoric Scenes, Three-Horned Dinosaur (aka: Triceratops). Added on to the build is the Lava Pool base extension which lines…

Extremophiles

Look at that, I am still writing…

An advanced species emerges from the depths of a gas giant to take its first steps towards space exploration. On a small, rocky moon covered in ices and dotted with lakes of methane, the discovery that life is not unique in their solar system is overshadowed by its implications.
Life is never as expected…

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Sentient beings venture out to explore one of the many moons orbiting their home planet,searching for knowledge and life beyond their world,
only to discover that life is more strange and terrifying than any of their race could imagine, and it’s more advanced. Will initial fears and lack of understanding prevent contact, or will it ensure it?

*****

And be sure to check out:

“Ringshine”

“As a avid science fiction reader I had to check this book out. Ringshine is a short story which had me hooked by the middle and then carried me right through to the end.”

5 Stars – Amazon.com

AmazonSmashwordsBarnes & Noble

Ringshine

Life has been seeded throughout the solar system and has evolved time and again only to be repeatedly snuffed out, sometimes by nature itself, sometimes by unnatural forces. Is it our destiny to explore the universe, or will the act of exploration lead to life’s demise… again?

BlackBlueCircle

And don’t miss this!

“Twice Upon A Time”

Not all stories have happy endings.

Paperback and EbookTwice upon a time_cover

Fairy Tales, Myth and Folklore Retold With Some Dark Twists

BlackBlueCircle

New Short Stories and more at Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords!!!

Errant Shot CoverMythical Cover-2RingshinePlain SightPeeping Tom

Tycho CoverCycle CoverAnitte CoverDrifter CoverTrap Doort Cover

SmashwordsiTunesAmazon Barnes & Noble

*****

Proud Member

The St. Louis Area Horror Writers’ Society

*****

Thanks for dropping by!

W.P.