Today author Terry R. Hill joins me to talk about the completion of his science fiction trilogy, his work with NASA, deciding to tackle a completely differently kind of story, the story of Joseph and why it intrigued Terry, researching for this project, how Hurricane Harvey impacted Houston and how this inspired another new book, and much more.
Go to TerryRHill.net to purchase your signed copy of Two Months With Harvey. All profits from the sale of this book will go to those affected by Harvey and future storms.
Terry enjoys writing most science fiction, specifically alternate near-term (not-too-distant) futures or distant (utopian and dystopian) futures. But when the mood strikes and time is available, occasionally will delve into the human condition.
Terry was classically trained with a B.S. in aerospace engineering and a Masters degree in Guidance, Navigation & Control Theory with an emphasis on neural-network simulation. He has worked for NASA since 1997 with a very satisfying career as an engineer and project manager spanning programs from space stations navigation software, to next generation space suit design, to exploration mission planning, to mitigating the effects of space on astronauts. While supporting the manned space program has been a life-time passion, writing of different worlds and alternate futures has filled his spare time.
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