Susan L Roberts

is creating life on Earth for our great-grandchildren.

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Join me in creating a world where our great-grandchildren will find ways to live and love in a very different world than this one. How has the weather changed? How is technology limited by lack of fossil fuels to:
  • mine metals;
  • make plastics;
  • move heavy loads long distances; 
  • provide heat or air condtioning;
  • communicate;
  • manage emergencies?
Sure, it's fiction, but it's "science" fiction. That means we have to pay attention to things like physics, chemistry, evolutionary biology, and climate models that exist in our real world. 

Everyone who joins this journey gets recognition in the Acknowledgements section of the book when it gets published. This is your chance to become part of a New York Times Bestseller!
  • My Undying Gratitude
  • Welcome to My World
  • Your Name in Acknowledgements

About Susan L Roberts

Our world has changed and we all know it. We have a choice - living in fear, responding with anger, despair, and anxiety; or embracing and developing our Resilience to meet change as it happens. Our media promotes fear by focusing almost exclusively on crisis and drama – real, exaggerated, and fictitious. We see it in movies, Twitter feeds, and news programming.

Clarles Dickens began his Tale of Two Cities with this sentence:
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.”

Those words ring as true today as they did 160 years ago when Dickens wrote this novel about the French Revolution and living in uncertain times. One reason that Tale of Two Cities remains in the “best seller” category stands on Dickens’ ability to tell a story that rings true.

Storytelling memorializes our pasts, colors our present, and even creates the future. In 1966, Gene Roddenberry created the TV series Star Trek, a recognizable media franchise that has stayed “current” for more than a century. The crew of the Enterprise had flip phones and laptops about a half-century ahead of the rest of us. Jules Verne took us to the moon a full century ahead of Apollo 11.

We know now that these and so many other technological feats our modern era came at a severe cost to our environment. We also know that these bills appear to be coming due. It is the best of times, Captain Kirk finally did get to outer space. It is the worst of times, we can now see the vast and rapid devastation of our home, Earth, from space.

We have the power to create our world’s future. Come join me on a storytelling journey, a hundred years from now. Let’s find out how our great, great grandchildren can live their own “best of times” and “worst of times” with the Earth we will leave behind.
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