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Rebecca Armstrong was not happy about her dad leaving. Neil had been chosen to go on a space mission. Becca tries to stop this, but fails... Read More
I happen to meet this girl in a pub who turned out to be a physicist. I worked in a scrap yard, and she was amazed when I told her that I wanted to make a spacecraft. Read More
dealer is fictional character expertise in becoming an arbitrator for any sort of disputes, agreements, rendezvous etc.., he takes commission from people for his deals between two parties. however, one incident shaped his life and turned him into life savior of journalist woman solving certain mystery. Read More

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I’m not one, but I know some people. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

In the distant future mankind has turned towards the stars, leaving Earth largely abandoned and forcing those left behind to carve out a new way of life. Read More
An unexpected telephone call reignites a retired professor's space travel ambitions, but at what cost—and to whom? Read More
Meg Parker is a lonely, introverted girl dealing with the mysterious disappearance of her father, who was on the verge of a scientific break-through. Suspicious that the place he worked for (Area 51) had something to do with his disappearance. She vows to find out what happened to him and… Read More
Just a glimpse of a future from the eyes of a flowerman. Read More
Rocketeers are a hardy folk. Playing with flying objects a passion. Where they go-nobody knows! But the dreams still exist until we perhaps inevitably do. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 19, 2009

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While visiting a relative at a hospital I happened to look up and see an orange red tint in the sky around the clounds around the moon and the rest is history, hope you enjoy comments and ratings are very welcomed xxx Read More

Tags: poetry, man, moon, rockets

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