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Offline hedinsen

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e-Book published - A year later
« on: August 16, 2014, 08:32:52 AM »
It took me long enough to get this one off the ole` "drawing board' so-to-speak. Inverse, a sci-fi
adventure story is on

Against all reasoning, why would a colony of people from Earth despite being lost regress to a society of early Nineteenth Century?  Major Jason Holloway of the United Earth Federation follows a pair of planetary science probes in a single seat research scout craft toward a yet unknown planet. In a twist of fate the scout develops mechanical failure causing Major Holloway to crash land the crippled craft on a planet thought by many on Earth to be uncharted.  Instead, he finds the lost colony of Melchior-Alpha-Four and begins a quest with the help of five dissimilar people to search for their planetís lost history.  Their quest begins with the pursuit for a crash landed colonial transport craft. Finding the wrecked transport is easy enough, dodging through a civil war, smugglers, and enemy agents is another matter. A world lost, a world
found. # # #

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Re: e-Book published - A year later
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2014, 01:21:48 AM »
Congratulations Hedison. Bet it feels good to see it on Amazon's site.  ;)
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Re: e-Book published - A year later
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2014, 07:42:27 AM »
Really. I should put a bunch of smiles on the end of that one.
I'm taking a break right now to do some much needed work
on my HO scale layout. A package arrived in yesterday's mail
from one of the model railroad mail order places. So I was
in the basement working on the freight cars I'd ordered `til
near midnight.

Ever since I retired and got busy on my writing, spending
time sitting in a doctor's waiting room, I put that time to
good use.  Helps cure "writers block" doing something that
is totally opposite of the story.  When I'm in the doctor's
office waiting on the wife, I don't let the time go to waste,
I get a lot done on the rough draft, just to keep the "juices"
flowing.  Also, a different environment is good for what ails
you. # # # :D  ;D ;D   A bunch.


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Re: e-Book published - A year later
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2014, 08:44:35 AM »
Congratulations, Hedinson.
Edit in your smileys