Bucky Fuller told her how to save the planet and she's sharing it with you
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews.
Today’s guest is THE GIRL FROM SPACESHIP EARTH author Patricia Ravasio.
Pat met The Buckster in her 20s and the experience changed her life forever. THE GIRL FROM SPACESHIP EARTH, the true story of the practical utopian ideas and lost wisdom of American visionary and realist R. Buckminster Fuller, speaks to humanity’s ability to be something better. Her message is “We need to understand our potential as a species” and what she’s learning is how to save the planet and your sanity at the same time.
I’d like everyone to stand up and give Patricia Ravasio a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
He looked right at me and said “It’s women like you who will grow up to save the world.”
Continue reading “Patricia Ravasio – Bucky was Right!”
It takes little for a child's heart to fly. Mine, too.
Today would be a good day to fly kites. One of my favorite flying spots is a city park two towns away. It has a huge, gently sloping field that amplifies west-to-east winds. Stand at the bottom and it’s refreshing. Stand at the top and it’s noticable. Today the breeze rustled the treetops and made the leaves chatter. A breeze like this makes it easy to get my kites aloft.
The downside is that everybody uses the park. The city built ballfields and a playground on the other side of the parking lot and a big gazebo in the middle of the kite flying field. A friend caught one of my kites’ lines in the gazebo’s roof once and it took some good flying to get it free.
I could hear the cheers and catcalls from people in the ballfields – must have been some exciting games going on – and laughter and chatter from families on the playground. Lots of people but not many cars. People must have parked on the far side of the ballfields.
An empty parking lot is one of the things I look for, a good sign, it means the field will be open, plenty of room to run out my lines and fly a kite or two between the gazebo and the street. I’d already chosen my SkyDancer as the kite to fly. I walked down the field carrying it, its tails, lines and two ground pegs in my hands.
Continue reading “Shane and Tyler”
No troll is safe with The Mighty Tobes on the job!
Tobor Eichmann aka Steve Evans took our Author Plunge back in Feb 2018.
Lucky readers, he’s just released a revised version of The Fine Art of Internet Troll Slaying
Everyone has a right to his or her opinion. Unfortunately “unpopular” opinions are often squashed by online trolls and bullies. It is most often sparked by “aggressive cognitive dissonance”. This book serves as a handy guide for classifying and slaying those nasty trolls with grace and finesse.
Now’s your chance, folks! Get a copy or ten today!
And don’t forgot Tobor’s other books, The World of Adam Dunne.
Can hope for America's Future be found in the Old West's morality?
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest, Daniel Rundquist brings an interesting and richly historic bled of writing; Western and Political Philosophy. Please give Daniel a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
It was a long, often lonely road to take – when you realize that your nation is doomed and then play detective to find out why.
Continue reading “Daniel Rundquist – Where Cowboy Gold and Philosophy Meet”
Is it possible to change our futures without changing ourselves?
Hello all and welcome to the seventh in our series of Author Interview Plunges. Today’s guest is science fiction author and talented artist Toby Weston. Toby’s current titles include SINGLUARITY’S CHILDREN VOLUME I – DENIAL and VOLUME II – DISRUPTION (you can read an excerpt beneath the interview). Everyone, please stand up and give Toby a big round of applause.
Science fiction was my first love
Continue reading “Toby Weston – Regarding the Future of Singular Children”