Thursday, November 6, 2014

Third Age Thursday 8

 "It was the dawn of the third age of mankind, ten years after the Earth-Minbari War. The Babylon Project was a dream given form. Its goal: to prevent another war by creating a place where humans and aliens could work out their differences peacefully. It's a port of call, home away from home for diplomats, hustlers, entrepreneurs, and wanderers. Humans and aliens wrapped in two million, five hundred thousand tons of spinning metal, all alone in the night."   - Jeffrey Sinclair

Welcome back to Third Age Thursday, an ongoing feature here at Unfettered Brilliance! Along with Ensley, who's posting the wonderfully-named "Tuesdays with Mollari" over on his blog, these posts are written to keep you up to date on the writing and publication of Dreams Given Form: The Unofficial Companion to the Universe of Babylon 5Please feel free to comment, re-post, tweet, plus-one, pin, and use all sorts of other ways to pass along the news that a comprehensive Babylon 5 book is in the works with publication ETA sometime in 2016. And remember that you can always search through these posts to find all the "Third Age" posts by using the search feature on the right. Just use "Babylon 5" or "Third Age" as your search term.

Unfortunately, this post has to be a short one. Dr. Franklin wasn't too pleased with my latest scans - to tell you the truth, I'd been putting them off so I could nose around Downbelow - there's a lot going on there that "they" don't want you to know about - but it seems I got a little too close to - well, I'm not ready to say just yet. Let's just say Franklin wants to keep a close eye on me for a few days. I keep telling him it's not necessary, but he says that if I cooperate, he knows where he just might be able to get his hands on some real, honest-to-God coffee, so I'm stuck here for a few days.

Won't keep me from making notes, though. There are things about this place that people need to know about!


Jim Arrowood said...

I saw your post on Facebook and clicked on the link. I like this blog.

Perhaps you might consider adding a subscribe button so your readers can get e-mail notifications of new writings. I would love to continue reading.


Dale Guffey said...

What a great idea! I've added a "subscribe" button just under the "Follow Me on Twitter" button on the right - and thanks for the suggestion! Happy reading!