Beaches lend themselves to pondering eternity, and often, in Januarys, I’ve visited Florida and contemplated the past and the future. If you ask me, the continuum of time is fleeting, almost immaterial. We can see ahead and behind in the families playing at the edge of the waves, the generations spelled out for us when a toddler tests the wet sand with his toes while grasping his grandmother’s hand. The two are interchangeable, in a way, different spokes on the same spinning wheel.
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For Day 6 of the Keep of Ages Blog Tour, I head over to The Reading Nook Reviews with a list of my 10 favorite science fiction novels. My taste in sci fi leans towards dystopian novels like 1984 and The Handmaid’s Tale, disaster novels like Life As We Knew It and Station Eleven, and futuristic survival stories like The Martian and The Dog Stars. They often deal with injustice, and always give me a new perspective on living now, in this world. Follow the blog… Continue reading