Tag Archives: Andy Weir
The three-body problem a Chinese sci-fi masterpiece
The three-body problem is a Chinese sci-fi masterpiece that I suggest everybody who loves the genre to read, have a different point of view on many things. Continue reading
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How Coronavirus will change our lives.
The coronavirus can be scared, but we have to use it as a tool to improve ourselves and change how we see things. Together we can. Continue reading
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The egg – A Weir(d) concept of God and existence
The Egg is an amazing short story written by Andy Weir, one of the best writers around. The Egg speaks about life, afterlife and how they could be seen. Continue reading
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The martian – A proper sci-fi opera
The martian from Andy Weir is one of the most astonishing sci-fi operas of this decade, is a proper hard science fiction book. Is a must for genre lovers. Continue reading
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Are books and blogs so different?
Books and blogs can serve the same purpose. Well. Indeed they actually do it. because deeply they are the same thing, just using a different mean. Continue reading
Posted in Blogging, Mots & Concepts Tagged Andy Weir, Blogging, Blogs, Books, Different, Ideas, The Martian, Writing 4 Comments