Summer heat or not, I love a challenge. So, while reading manuscripts for work, a sexy thriller/mystery novel, and Len Deighton’s Berlin, I’ve been rereading (well, in an attempt to get my mind around the concepts) Etienne Klein’s Chronos, then switched to the revised and updated version of Hawking’s A Brief History Of Time. Now my synapses are firing so fast I swear I spotted a quantum singularity in my fridge just behind the loaf of whole wheat bread and a smidge to the left of the yogurt cups.
PROLOGUE: A BLACK CONDOR DIPPED her featherless head and flapped her wings, straining for height. Another vulture drifted in front of her, forcing the condor to climb higher in the crowded wheel of circling birds. The condor struggled, her body weak from having little to eat over the past month. The sun had yet to… Read more »