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I Love You, Michael Collins by Lauren Baratz-Logsted (J)

It’s Tween and Teen Tuesday where we review either a juvenile (J) or young adult (YA) book.

I Love You, Michael Collins

Lauren Baratz-Logsted (Juvenile Fiction) 299 more words

Zero-gravity champagne is here in time for your next space exploration

Written for Fashion Journal

If you’ve ever wondered how astronauts raise a toast in space, the answer is they haven’t. Until now.

Together with Spade – an agency specialising in space design – Maison Mumm will officially launch Mumm Grand Cordon Stellar in September, a gravity-defying champagne. 123 more words

Fashion Journal

Watching Earth

Once there was an old woman, who lives on the hill. Everyone in the village calls her Grandma Glasses. She’s not really fond of reading the newspaper, or going out for a chat with her neighbors. 585 more words

Random Thoughts

Doubling Down on Writing

In order to have more time to focus on writing books about Morehead history, I have discontinued the documentary project for now. You who supported the documentary, I appreciate and deeply value your kind words, sage wisdom, and willingness to give financial support either on Kickstarter or on Indiegogo. 197 more words

Michael G. Neece

The Martian by Andy Weir

Format: Paperback
Rating:  5 stars
Reviewer: Laurel

Six days ago, the first team of astronauts landed on Mars. A dust storm forces the team to evacuate and return to Earth. 207 more words

Science Fiction

MONDAY: Bryce

The reason New York Streets should be described with starting capital letters is because it is a specific experience.

A character within itself. Filthy, sometimes shockingly clean, busy, sometimes too quiet, devoid of peace and tranquility, always loud, always moving. 240 more words

Postaday

PONTIFF IN SPACE!

Once again the Pope is making News, but not because he is preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

Then we decided that the outfit was good, but, since you are the Holy Father and the Holy Father has his own uniform, we made a cape,” the Italian astronaut added on Friday.  10 more words