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Call for New Draft Novelette Readers

Dear followers of Engineering Stories, Thank you for your support to my short stories. Now, help me take my next step in the world of engineering stories by volunteering to read the draft of my new novelette, Polaris Station. It’s … Continue reading

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Polaris Station – Novelette Part 4

(Continued from Part 3) Kendall discovered the message by accident when the station vibrated. Next to channel seven on the inertial display, the decryption read, “The gauntlet is thrown.” “Who’s on my private frequency?” Kendall spoke to an empty control … Continue reading

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Polaris Station – Novelette Part 3

(Continued from Part 2) Another person stood and commanded attention by his full gray suit and well groomed hair. “I have a question,” he said in a respectful tone. “Yes, sir,” Kendall and Katya said in unison. “Katya, I understand … Continue reading

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Weightless – Part 1

“There’s no gravity in space.” “Oh yes there is.” “No there isn’t,” Gregory said leaning forward. “Yes,” Jennifer insisted with both hands on her hips. “There is!” Gregory raised his voice. “I don’t get you. Our whole lives we’ve seen … Continue reading

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