12 thoughts on “Cloning & The Future of Technology by Trish Moran

  1. Trish

    Hi Clare,

    I love reading, too. I always have a book at hand! I’d be lost without my kindle, though I enjoy reading a real book, too! I can spend many a happy hour in the local library!

  2. Trish

    Hi Anne,

    I do read a lot of YA fiction. I like reading (and writing) for YA because you can get away with a bit of a stretch from reality that adult readers might not accept! I also enjoy reading adult books – cosy mysteries, some romance, thrillers if they’re not too violent! I enjoy quite a wide variety of books. I always have to have a book at hand!

    1. Trish

      Thank you for your comment. Do you read YA fiction yourself? I see you are a writer of non-fiction history.

      I was interested in your beta reader article on your blog page. As a teacher, I know how important it is to present criticism in the most positive way, and for the recipient to accept guidance to improve work. Useful tips! Thank you.

      1. Thanks, Trish! I’m’ working with historical fiction (though I’m pretty hooked on reading the non-fiction, fascinating stuff!) but I LOVE a good YA read. When I was over-busy with full time teaching, I’d justify taking a break and reading MG and YA as ‘research time’ 😀 Whatever the age group or genre, I just enjoy a good story! What about you?

      2. Trish

        I enjoy YA books and also a variety of adult books. I’ve just finished two adult books – Checking Out by Nick Spalding, a really funny novel despite a dark theme and The Transition by Luke Kennard, set in the future. I’ll be looking for a YA novel next! The local library has a good selection. I wish my kindle had a YA section in the bookstore.

    1. Trish

      Thank you for your comment.

      I find listening to the news of new technological developments fascinating, but also worrying!

      Looking forward to checking out your website! I’ll be taking a look at your books on my kindle.

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