Dark Horizons on Wattpad

  for anyone interested and on Wattpad my four part short story Dark Horizons is now on Wattpad: Dark Horizons on Wattpad Simon 🙂

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Creating my Own Universe

I've been thinking about creating cover art and (hopefully) book covers for some time. The big thing with this is how to go about it, I couldn't work it out and I'm quite a creative person. That was until I read this from Christoper Doll: Drawing a spaceship a day Now, while I'm not drawing a... Continue Reading →

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Sci-Fi and Fantasy Short Stories

Over the last couple of years I've written a number of short and not so short stories and trying to give them the visibility they deserve is a bit hard when they're hidden behind a menu system on my blog page. So I've put as many of them as I can find on this post and I'm going to pin it on my page. Many of them aren't finished, but you know - Rome wasn't built in a day and all that.

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Poseidon

Drip.Drip.Drip."Oh here's another leak." The young woman pointed, stopping and looking back."Dammit." The deep voice of a man replied. "Have we got any buckets left?""Just the one." The young woman replied, she help it up to the man. Both of them looked disheveled and tired. Their white pressure suits looking far from white with dirt... Continue Reading →

News | NASA Says Goodbye to One of Agency’s Great Observatories

One of NASA's four Great Observatories, Spitzer launched on Aug. 25, 2003, and has studied the cosmos in infrared light. Its breathtaking images have revealed the beauty of the infrared universe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghnnbMWVtWU#action=share Spitzer made some of the first studies of exoplanet atmospheres (atmospheres of planets around stars other than our Sun). It confirmed two and discovered five of the seven Earth-size exoplanets around the... Continue Reading →

Carina Nebula’s ‘Mystic Mountain’ | NASA

Within the tempestuous Carina Nebula lies “Mystic Mountain.” This three-light-year-tall cosmic pinnacle, imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in 2010, is made up primarily of dust and gas, and exhibits signs of intense star-forming activity. The colors in this composite image correspond to the glow of oxygen (blue), hydrogen and nitrogen (green) and sulfur... Continue Reading →

Blog Orbit – Blog Date December 2019

Hello bloggies, happy December! I cannot believe that we're now racing towards Christmas. It seems like only a few days ago that I last wrote and was looking forward to the challenge of NaNoWriMo.I only got two posts out this month, there was no blog battle and they were literally NaNo updates:https://sfarnell.wordpress.com/2019/11/11/nanowrimo-progress-day-11/https://sfarnell.wordpress.com/2019/11/18/nanowrimo-progress-day-18/The finally as December... Continue Reading →

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