Good morning and welcome to Monday Blogs. All through September, we’re taking a peek at some stupendous science fiction authors. I have the fabulous luck to know each of these dedicated, hardworking individuals.
Welcome Jim Cronin today with his science fiction short, Stories.
Great teachers use every resource available to help their students learn. Mr. Cowolski is a great science teacher. His students love the stories he tells of distant worlds and powerful beings who created the universe. Blessed with an active imagination, Mr. Cowolski’s dreams provide him with many of his tales. Each story gives wonderful meaning and insight into his lessons, help to simplify complex scientific concepts, and keep his students entertained and excited to learn. Who would have guessed the stories would nearly cost him his life? The aliens are not happy with him.
I am a retired middle school science teacher, working part-time as an educator-performer at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. I wrote The Brin Archives as a challenge to learn something new. I have been married for forty years to the love of my life. We raised two incredible sons, and now have three amazing grandchildren to spoil rotten.
I was born in Kansas City, Missouri and lived in Arlington, Virginia before moving to Denver where I attended High School and eventually college at Colorado State University, graduating with a degree in Zoology and a teacher certification. My wife and I currently live near Denver in the small town of Parker.
My science fiction series, The Brin Archives is an epic adventure encompassing an entire galaxy on the verge of destruction. This trilogy, to my amazement and delight, has won critical acclaim and numerous awards. Who would have ever guessed this old, retired science teacher would become a successfully published author? I hope you enjoy my stories.