Friday, July 21, 2017

Happy Space Exploration Day!

Yesterday was National Space Exploration Day. It commemorates the anniversary of the first manned moon landing on July 20th, 1969 by the Apollo 11 Crew. To celebrate, enjoy these sci-fi blog highlights!

Feeling like watching some sci-fi movies? Check out my brief reviews of three films about space exploration by clicking here.

In the mood for some character analysis? Here's a Pastors in Fiction article about Shepherd Book from the TV series Firefly. 

Or, check out my interview with author Kerry Nietz about Frayed, his Christian sci-fi novel that was released last summer. I'm excited to (hopefully) read it on my flight tomorrow!

Starting tomorrow, I'll have very limited ability to check on the blog for the next few weeks, but posts will continue to be put up on Fridays. Thanks for your patience!


  1. HAPPY SPACE EXPLORATION DAY!! (A week later but whatever.) I didn't even know this was a thing so there's that. I learn something new every day. And have fun in Germany! Are you there yet? (I think it was Germany? I have a short memory.)

    1. Yes, it was Germany--don't sell yourself too short!

      I just got back and am currently working through jet lag--I'm sure you're familiar with that!

      I didn't know about the holiday until I was looking to see if there any random holidays suitable for basing posts upon. It seemed like a good option. Thanks for the comment!


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