Perseverence

Possibly one of the greatest moments of my life, not exaggerating, was watching the landing of Perseverance on Mars this week. Just hearing the narration was the catalyst that pushed me into realizing I had to devote the next book to Science Fiction, with as much fact as I possibly can, while still maintaning a good deal of Magic. This process will be so much different that Light Fields, which is essentially a stream of consciousness piece I wrote during afternoon reveries. I still plan to dream heavily, and explore the imagination, but I’ll be doing research the entire time. I can’t wait for this. It might take me a few months at least, but I’ll do my absolute best. Light Fields will shortly be in the hands of agents and publishers, and it’s time to turn my attention to this project, which I am so grateful I have the ability to do. I’m starting Monday. NASA forever.

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