As a former Fortune 500 aerospace executive for over thirty years and a planetarium program director for an additional ten years, Donald Richard Prescott has been planning and managing successful, complex operations for decades where strategic planning is an essential tool. A revealing stint as director of strategic planning and service on local government planning committees provided opportunities to speak to and participate in groups about complex strategic issues as well as appearing in a local cable documentary about transportation and community development. He has interfaced with congressional and governmental leaders, directly participating in securing millions of dollars of governmental funding for two local projects.
Prescott has also written and published award winning short stories (Concoctions), a science fiction novel (Daddy's Different), a nonfiction book about avoiding human extinction (Is There Time?), and a book of essays (Layman's License). He has written a full-length-three-act play, planetarium show/display scripts, two family histories, technical articles and business plans as well as edited several newsletters. Recent awards and published work include multiple Writers’ Journal “Write to Win! Contest” awards/publication, The Orange County Register Dreamscape Contest publication, placing in Writer’s Digest competitions, Long Story Short E-zine short story publications and internationally published short stories/essay in The Taj Mahal Review as well as awards on Writing.com among others.
He currently writes and explores life in Orange, California.
V. M. Franck
on Nov. 14, 2016 :
D. R. is a visionary with strong scientific underpinnings. In this book he clearly lays out what is coming and what we need to do to avoid extinction as a species. It is a matter of when, not if. He supports this assertion with clear, concise, easy to understand evidence, making a brilliantly insightful case for what is to come. Well worth the read, in my opinion to do so is imperative. The only thing it costs is the willingness to open the mind to the evidence and where it leads us.
V. M. Franck
(review of free book)