JT Duxbury's Personal Profile:
Moving across the sci-fi community with his uncompromising debut story Earth's Knell, the mature Wisconsin native, JT Duxbury, has been defined as an engagingly original writer. His propulsive writing blends dreaming with a reality attitude and a sharp eye on what could be. Readers have compared him to a modern day 'Mark Twain'. His writing soars with a passion and intensity of a mature dreamer set to leave his mark on futurist fans in need of a fresh style.
JT Duxbury was born and raised in west central Wisconsin and made his entrance into the arts, at age twenty-seven, as a country music singer and lead guitarist. While working as a part time musician, he earned an associates degree in industrial electronics and went on to become a proficient electronics technician, computer programer, and now an author.
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Earth's Knell The Second Landing
Eight of the ten astronauts sent to colonize a planet revolving around a star fifty-five light years from Earth had perished. With just two to do the work of ten, the mission may be doomed. And, one of the remaining crewmembers has been injured from the cryogenic sleep, leaving Drake VanDam the last man standing.
Earth's Knell The First Landing
What would you give to begin a new life on a pristine planet with just ten other people. No pollution, no over population of humans. Just fresh air, clear water and fertile ground as far as the eye can see. But then you discover there are some rather large primates living nearby, and those primates have a way of communicating. As a matter of fact they are very human like.
Many scenarios have been written about an asteroid disaster in modern times, but none have addressed the probability of storing humans on the Moon and other planets. Earth's Knell looks at this possibility in depth, dealing with the secrecy required to keep Earth's workers from leaving their vital jobs while the authorities prepare to save as many humans and other species as possible.
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