Science fiction has always asked the tough questions – "what if" and "if this goes on" – but we've also dreamed of the alternatives, the if only solutions to hard problems.
In support of the launch of my novel, Duatero, my wife and I are running a contest. For every review of Duatero you post on a different site (Amazon, Kobo, Goodreads, etc) by June 10, 2019, you will be entered in a draw to win your choice of cookies, macrons, or cupcakes baked by @jmbradle.
I remember pundits of gene therapy touting its potential back when I was in grad school in the 1990s. Twenty-years of set-backs and hard work later, it seems that potential is now being realized.
What does it take to be a good person in a messy world where the stakes are high, the problems are complex, and the path forward is shrouded in uncertainty?