Linda Phillips

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After a lifetime of writing business research and economic commentary, Linda has now retired to a house in the country and taken up writing for pleasure, full time. She studied creative writing at UBC Vancouver and with the Master Classes of famed romance author Natasha Lester.
Her writing extends over a large field.
Non-fiction: interests in astronomy and space exploration, including a series to be published in 2019 on the space elevator, followed by other books on current space exploration plans.
Fiction: writing a sci-fi trilogy based around the space elevator and the next half century. Romance and LGBTI fiction.
After a long membership of The Arthur Ransome Society, enjoys Swallows & Amazons fanfic.

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Leaving the Planet by Space Elevator
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 68,180. Language: American English. Published: November 27, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Space Science, Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Cosmos
It is an astonishing thing that, in this age of technological progress, a new idea can appear, seemingly out of nowhere. Yet the invention of the Space Elevator has had just such an impact. In the past decade it moved from science fiction to an engineering project. With a Foreword by the late Sir Arthur C. Clarke, you will be amazed by this project.

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carbon fibers    cnt    mars    moon    rockets    rocketships    space    space elevator    spacecraft   

Smashwords book reviews by Linda Phillips

  • Eurekanomics - The No Tax Economics on Oct. 04, 2010

    Nice idea but no hope of ever being implemented, the system would be too easy to rort. Its like trying to give us communism that looks like capitalism, or vice versa. But the author does highlight the reason our capitalist economies are failing today: when the gap between rich and poor gets too large, the system breaks down. Since the rich are in charge of government, nothing short of a revolution seems likely to rescue our current civilization.