Bioengineered Inanna strides into the future, rising like a phoenix out of the Burning Ashes of a planet devastated by climate change

HOW I BECAME A SCIENCE NERD LATER IN LIFE.

As a science fiction author, I’m intrigued by many aspects of science and technology which never reach the eyes and ears of most people. Once I’ve absorbed the theoretical aspects of a piece of contemporary research in science or physics, I try and flesh it out into a novel format.

In my first book The Burning Years I explore the idea of nuclear fusion technology to power my living…

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writer. student of the human condition & psyche. grounded by family, garden and good wine. https://www.amazon.com/Felicity-Harley/e/B06XFVWGGP/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_

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writer. student of the human condition & psyche. grounded by family, garden and good wine. https://www.amazon.com/Felicity-Harley/e/B06XFVWGGP/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_

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