Here is an excerpt from the blurb about this book:
Valles Marineris, Mars: AD 2047 Eric Sheffield stood at a rocky outcropping overlooking Eos Chasma. The huge gorge, near the eastern end of Valles Marineris, stretched before him imposingly. By comparison, this enormous valley made the Grand Canyon of Earth look like a small riverbed. The weather lingered calm that day. Eric noticed a diminutive dust cloud momentarily lift, and then drift far off within the deep ravine. Like those shifting Martian sands, his mind wandered in placid reverie, soaking up the breathtaking view. Bill M. Tracer, the rogue philosopher, artist, metaphysicist, Science Fiction enthusiast, and writer of that thought provoking stuff, conveys a cautionary science fiction tale looking at how a step that seems so right, to expand the horizons of Human exploration, might too easily descend into a misstep, spiraling down the hole of reckless abandon of the mind, body and soul.
This post is getting long, so I’ll continue my thoughts on my past creative ventures, including several e-book short stories I have published and that are currently available at Amazon Kindle, in my next blog post, which will be Part 2 of Creative Past Endeavors. In order to see all of the works I have currently published and that are available at Amazon, I refer you to my Amazon Author Page.