Born in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada, as a child my family moved to San Diego, California, where I grew up. Later attending the University of New Mexico, I graduated with a BA in Psychology, minor in history. Moving then to Toronto, Canada, I obtained a qualification for teaching English as a second language and next spend a number of years teaching English in the Republic of Korea. There I rediscovered the beauty of both sculpting and writing, always my true passions. Back in Canada then, with a budding interest in cosmology this story took shape.
Representing Earth's first venture to its nearest star, the 6 member crew of the Star Wing makes a series of startling discoveries. Beginning with an unusual composite creature living in the sky of the star's only planet, Proxima Centauri b, they learn of its simultaneous interconnection to far flung worlds, the benign Bretori and his people the Kworthi among these. Taught by Bretori how to visit other planets through a method of bi-location, explorers Dan and Aashi next discover an extraordinary evolutionary process binding certain creatures with stars to promote high functions. They learn as well of certain peoples who use this process. With their growing knowledge, they next discover a planet locked motionless in space. Baffled by this seeming impossibility, by solving a series of puzzles they learn that the planet had once had spin and true orbit. Befriended by Olkar of the Dreshi people, they learn more of this mystery. Then, with the help of Instan, one of the diminutive Absim people, Dan and Aashi confront hostile forces in order to free up the planet.
Having helped restored orbit and spin to the once stationary planet Alcenta, the crew of the Star Wing, Earth's first interstellar spacecraft, is next tasked with resolving a dangerous complication caused by Alcenta's recovery. In the process, Dan, Aashi, and the perceptive alien Instan theorize that magnetic monopoles would likely promote unifying processes in nature which could help resolve the planet's current dilemma. They later learn that monopoles may initiate a process which leads to what Dan calls quasi-life. Alarmed by quasi-life's potential as a life devouring weapon that could be used against Alcenta, Dan and Aashi, with the aid of Captain Grieg and Doctor Solander, seek to neutralize this new threat. Complicating this task, they learn that the hostile captive alien, Commander Parmenataur, has escaped and hijacked an Aurelian starship. Bent on crushing Dan for escaping from his base with vital secrets, he pulls no punches. These passions and intrigues unfold on a vast cosmic stage, yet a stage its actors connect with more thanks to recent discoveries.
On the heels of the Alcentan victory over the Juxentors, Olkar, Alcenta's rising leader, calls a council. Yet distrust over the Alcentan's use of the quasi-life creature and their mystery sphere as weapons in that war cause dissension. The Excitons then seek to learn covertly of their power. Intrigue and confusion result. Only when Dan introduces his triangulation theory, which in part explains the sphere's nature, does a clearer picture emerge. Still, a new war erupts on the Dinosaur Planet, Captain Grieg and Doctor Solander enmeshed in it. On a parallel track, in a desperate attempt to blunt the deadly forces released by the Juxentor space shear, Dan, Aashi, and the alien Norethoc probe its depths. A jumble of far-reaching changes result, taking all by surprise.