Chronicles of Krakona: FELDIR **available exclusively on Kindle** '“Look, there’s a cave over there! Yngvald, we must take shelter now or this blizzard will consume us all!” Gizlah pulled her hood down, her other hand holding the fur scarf over her nose and mouth. She crouched lower against the howling winds and snow-blast as she … Continue reading First short story available now!
Island Games: Mystery of the Four quadrants, by Caleb J. Boyer can best be described as a magical adventure story with a few moral lessons thrown in to boot. While reading I was reminded by the movie “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012)”, though somewhat more basic in terms of complexity. It is a light, … Continue reading Book Review – Island Games: Mystery of the Four Quadrants
There has been much talk in the press in recent times about the concepts of Artificial Intelligence, whether or not mankind is living in a computer simulation, space exploration breaking new ground, cloning and genetic engineering, robotics, cybernetic augmentation, so-called "clean energy", decentralized and self-regulating currency systems, etc. Elon Musk has broken new ground with … Continue reading A Case for Mankind Living in A Computer-like Simulation
Too many leaders are in the world today, that are trying too hard to be leaders. Leaders are not made. They are not grown. They are, or they aren't. It is a fundamental characteristic of the universe to be a leader wherever you find yourself, or not, as intimately and simply as it is for … Continue reading THE DREAM
Forced into aloneness... Sinking in, settling down. Solitary inaction, initial angst-action. Mud clears, dust settles. Truth revealing... Calm, content, liberating.