2001 stories part on: Moonwatcher

New story about my experiences with 2001 and making Moonwatcher. Click on the menu item and then click on the download. Adobe reader will open it. Lots of pictures included.

Merry Christmas.

New story is posted

Ghosts of the Apollo Field is up. A true story about my love for the Apollo Field and the great men and women I knew there. I’ll be adding pictures taken at the field in the day to this story next week so check back to see them.

For your information

First thank you for all the follows on this blog-website. In fact it is a website. It has multiple pages and will have one for each story.

This page is the blog part of the site. You will notice at the top there is a menu and next to contact is “The Park” which is the first story. Just click on it and you can read “The Park”.

Although the story is fiction I have more than once visited “The Park”. It is a very real place for me. I know others that have been there too. If it is only imaginary then it’s a place many of us have created from our imaginations. But once created like all things it is now part of our reality.

I am currently writing the second and have 3 more planned. “Ghost Squadron”, “Foo Fighters” and “In My Life”.

Thank you again for your interest.

Imagination is everything

In this blog you can read my short stories that are based life experiences. These are a series of science fiction stories that have their roots in actual events. Dreams that were so real I couldn’t distinguish them from being awake in this world. Things that I have experienced but can’t explain. Still they are there.

Like so many science fiction authors before me many of them disguised their experience in fiction because it was more acceptable and enjoyed. Writers such as Whitley Strieber and Philip K. Dick to name to name two are visionaries I have been inspired by.

In my studies of Philip K. Dick I found out that many of his stories were based on things he experienced and knew for himself to be truth. He even spoke openly about it but few really listened. And that’s OK. Some of us did. This all inspired me to write.

Whitley is a long time personal friend and he and Mary Cacciapaglia(the love of my life) both encouraged me to write.

I hope you will enjoy the stories, find hope and joy in them as I did writing them so I could share them with you.

Some of them you may find are familiar because of your own experience and in doing so you find that you are not alone with the things you kept to yourself.

Steve Neill