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Monday, November 15, 2010

Science Fiction and Down on the Earth Mystery

Will There Be Peace Anywhere Copyright MM Sikes
Space has always intrigued me. As a child, I looked at the stars and wondered "what if I could fly there". Although I've never been a reader of science fiction books, I have loved Star Trek and other sci-fi series. But I am a painter who covets the thrill of space and who likes to use the concept of other worlds and planets in my work. I have an outer space painting underway now in my studio. Fractal imagery intrigues me as an inspiration for space paintings.

Alex Cavanaugh is a writer who is drawn to space. Today, he is launching my blog tour for the week for Night Watch at his site.My down on the Earth mystery may seem a little mundane to space lovers. I hope not.

Please visit  Alex Cavanaugh's Blog today. Please leave a comment for my contest.
I hope you will visit the sites where I will be guest blogging as my Blog Book Tour for Night Watch continues. The schedule is below:

Nov. 11 - Patricia Stoltey

Nov. 12 - Nancy Williams

Nov. 15 - AlexCavanaugh

Nov. 16 - Marian Allen

Nov. 17 - Bodie Parkhurst

Nov. 18 - Thoughts in Progress

Nov. 19 - K. K. Brees

7 comments:

Mason Canyon said...

I've never been a big reader of science fiction, but I have always enjoyed watching it on TV or the movies. Off to check on your post.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

Monti said...

Thanks for stopping by, Mason. I'm looking forward to being your guest on Thursday!!!

N. R. Williams said...

I like space adventures too and always loved Star Trek in most of its forms. However, as you know, fantasy is it for me. I'll drop in on Alex.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, fantasy author

Arlee Bird said...

Enjoyed the first stop on your tour and left a comment there. I like the artwork depicted on this post here. I can't tell though--is it a painting or a collage or something else?

Lee
Tossing It Out

Arlee Bird said...

Oh, and just noticed that Alex's blog was not your first stop. I need to catch up!

Lee
Tossing It Out

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hope you decide to delve into books as well as movies, Monti! Happy to host you today.

Monti said...

Arlee Bird, the art work here is a mixed water media painting on Arches 300# paper. Thanks for commenting.

Nancy, my children love fantasy as well as all things connected to Star Trek. We even went to a convention one year!

Alex, I would love to. It's just finding the time with my crazy schedule!!!