Read my work-in-progress SciFi novel Edelbach’s Odyssey at the link, below. I have just appended Chapter 9 “Comparison by Catastrophe” In this chapter Edelbach is shown a planet seriously in disorder, which has rejected the Husbandry’s offer of technological knowledge and have pathetically taken a war-like stance against the altruistic motives of the “Benefactors.” Edelbach’s… Read More SciFi | Edelbach’s Odyssey (Chapters 1 through 9)
I have just appended Chapter 8 to my ongoing creation of the SciFi novel, Edelbach’s Odyssey In this chapter, Edelbach is given a tour around the planetary capital of the Utopian planet Arangelle. Read this work-in-progress, as it is being created, for FREE. Chapters 1 through 8 available here: Edelbach’s Odyssey – PDF Chapters 1… Read More SciFi | Edelbach’s Odyssey Chapters 1 through 8
Read Chapters 1 through 7 of this Science Fiction work-in-progress FREE here: Edelbach’s Odyssey – PDF Chapters 1 – 7
Edelbach’s Odyssey ©2008, 2009, 2018 Vernon Miles Kerr Read the latest edits of this work-in-progress FREE (Chapters 1 through 6): Edelbach’s Odyssey – PDF Version
Are Tattoos Just “Fashionable”? © 2018 Vernon Miles Kerr Today, my friend, former writing professor, and sometimes collaborator, Manfred Wolf retweeted: To which I replied: This little Twitter-exchange sparked a whole series of other thoughts about fashion itself and the subject of “tattooing the body,” including my limited knowledge of its history. I know that… Read More Opinion | Are Tattoos Just “Fashionable” ?
More on Morality © 2017 Vernon Miles Kerr A regular reader of this blog has probably figured me out by now; near three-quarters of a century on this planet and still agonizing over the big questions: Is there a God (with a capital “g”)? Are the “Holy” books of the world only clever and creative… Read More Opinion | More on Morality
What Makes a ‘Great Man?’ © 2017 Vernon Miles Kerr You Too, Can Be a Great Man My memories of the curriculum in the California Public School System during the very early 1950s include a grade-level-spanning—almost obsessive—focus on creating “Great Men” (or Great Women.) It seems like this obsession trickled into every subject: In “Social… Read More Opinion | What Makes a ‘Great Man?’