The Scrounger Trilogy
Empty Space, Second Signal, End Transmission
Copyrightｩ2012, 2013, 2014
This fall, I was allowed to meet a man who actually touched our Moon. Charlie Duke visited the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space center, and I got to shake his hand. While this trilogy is a work of fiction, I frequently relish the opportunities to visit museums and learn about the real space program. Part of the inspiration for these books are the sheer possibilities that lie in the depths of space, and every day, there are fantastic discoveries made in this front. It's vastly, hugely, enormously important, as Mr. Duke stressed when I met him, to keep learning about our Universe. It's so huge, and we don't really know anything about it. There are education centers all over the place, all of which constantly updating their information as new discoveries are made.