Jeremy's Space Rock

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An eleven year old boy who loves astronomy, while looking at the stars in the night sky, notices one star getting bigger. The more he stares the bigger it gets, but wait -- it's not moving! Then he realizes there is a REASON it's not moving. Too late to act, he freezes with fear and awaits the inevitable catastrophe that approaches his house!.
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Words: 2,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301193134
About R.H. Proenza

I enjoy photography, writing, oil painting, graphite pencil drawing, computering, playing the soprano sax & clarinet. I live in The South (USA) with my wife, and I'm a romantic at heart!
Writing is a cool "creative" outlet for me. Once I get the notion for a story it starts to run like a movie in my head. It's almost like I'm watching it, then writing down what I "see" and "hear." Some parts almost write themselves! If you find me staring into space, that's my 'catatonic writing mode ' -- I'm quietly processing a story at the time.
Sometimes I see a photo or picture and it causes a story to form in my mind. The last story I wrote ("Baby, I Know You're There) came about just by looking at a photo, and I began "writing" it in my head on the two-hour drive to my daughter's house. I also put together the cover on that trip. Go figure!
Often the idea of a story comes from the blending together of true happenings, books I have read, movies I have seen, or my 'take' on life in general . It all goes into a melting pot of the mind called IMAGINATION. "Coming Home" came about by JUST looking at the picture (now on the cover). I let the background and kids' facial expressions suggest a storyline. "The Danger Below" came about from me stepping on a sea urchin as a child at the beach. "Coby's Short Dilemma" spawned from inferiority issues I had as a child. I never know when the next idea will come my way.

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Review by: Mark Stewart on April 18, 2013 :
A good entertaining read. Well done.
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