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Galactic Citizen

This one’s sci-fi, one of my favourite genres. I always liked the writings of the “big three” sci-fi authors—Asimov, Heinlein, and Clarke—because they didn’t focus just on some amazing future-tech, but also because they tried to address social issues that might arise in the future. I think that’s where their strength came from, as these kinds of issues are something we can relate to nowadays.

Galactic Citizen

Javier spotted the waitress returning. Rosalita? Yeah, that was her name. She had these wonderful red lips and a thick black braid, billowing with the breeze. And she had a beautiful smile. Continue reading Galactic Citizen