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Free Preview – The Music of Mars

Below is a free sample of The Music of Mars. It sets the stage for the two main character, Gretchen and Frank, to begin their adventure. For Frank, he sees the walls beginning to close in while Gretchen’s world begins to crumble from underneath her, prompting her to venture to Mars. GeorgeI’m an author living in …

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Air and Space Museum-Innovations in Flight

On June 15, 2019, the National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, VA held an Innovations in Flight event where aircraft like private planes to military transports were on display for the public. The event ran from 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. Unfortunately, I arrived late, so I didn’t get a chance to tour C-17 …

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Comic Logic’s Fourth Anniversary

Update 4/19/19: Unfortunately, a scheduling difficulty prevents me from participating in the event. I’m planning on joining Comic Logic on May 4th for Free Comic Book day. On April 20th, I’ll be appearing at Comic Logic‘s fourth anniversary celebration. I’ll be signing my book, The Music of Mars, and talking about sci-fi in general. The …

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Professional Headshots

At the beginning of February, I sat for professional headshots to use on social media and in my books. I chose Scarlett Heart Photography after seeing incredible pictures a friend had taken. Scarlett Heart photographs in natural light, so I couldn’t wear my glasses as they darken when outdoors. For an hour and a half, everything …

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The Music of Mars, the Government, and Blackmarkets

In The Music of Mars, I looked at current government initiatives and extrapolated what the future would look like within the context of the overall story. Seventy-five years ago, marriage was a till-death-do-us-part proposition. These days, it can be relatively temporary as it’s easy to divorce, and there’s no stigma in doing so. I put …

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Tonight, I finished the 2nd round of edits

Tonight, I finished the 2nd round of edits on my new novel, The Music of Mars. GeorgeI’m an author living in northern Virginia with a wife and a cat. In the late ’80s, I worked on the International Space Station project These days, when not managing a group of software engineers, I write science fiction …

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It snows on Mars! #MarsIsCool http://new

It snows on Mars! #MarsIsCool http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/08/mars-snow-summer-water-ice-planets-space-science/ GeorgeI’m an author living in northern Virginia with a wife and a cat. In the late ’80s, I worked on the International Space Station project These days, when not managing a group of software engineers, I write science fiction and speculative fiction. Learn more. georgegmoore.com

Babylonians were using trig long before

Babylonians were using trig long before the Greeks. Fascinating! This is why my protag in The Music of Mars is an archaeologist. GeorgeI’m an author living in northern Virginia with a wife and a cat. In the late ’80s, I worked on the International Space Station project These days, when not managing a group of …

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An Update

I’m working on edits to The Music of Mars. It’s a good process. My editor gives me her thoughts, and I incorporate them. Sometimes, this means a straight correction. Like when I forget a word or lapse by writing in Pittsburghese. If you don’t know, Pittsburghese, in part, looks like this. My car needs washed. …

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RT @retroscifiart: 2001 A Space Odyssey

RT @retroscifiart: 2001 A Space Odyssey book and poster art by Ron Walotsky, Chris Moore & Robert McCall https://t.co/GhRpfnjQzw GeorgeI’m an author living in northern Virginia with a wife and a cat. In the late ’80s, I worked on the International Space Station project These days, when not managing a group of software engineers, I …

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