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a brief introduction NOVEL SCIENCE — NOVEL SCIENCE — NOVEL SCIENCE — NOVEL SCIENCE My wife and I have been writing urban fantasy for years, and it all began with books about sorcery. As an evolutionary biologist, however, I’ve always wanted to write a genetic suspense book. Clancy, Brown, Preston, and Crichton were all major influences on me as a child. Some of my interest in science can be traced back to books like The Hot Zone and Jurassic Park. My book, The Alchemist’s Genome, blends my science background with my interest in thrillers. Sara Morin, a computational biologist, has just had her PhD advisor steal her discovery of a novel approach to researching human origins. When her plot for vengeance goes horribly wrong, she must team up with reporter Marcus Byron to outwit a vicious adversary. You can read the first couple of chapters here or scroll down to read the blurb if you like fast-paced adventure with a good background in hard science. In the weeks leading up to the announcement, I’ll be releasing more preview chapters, so if you want to be the first to know, sign up for my newsletter.
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Nick Crawford, a former UAB baseball player who played shortstop and second base from 2008 to 2011, joined the UAB softball team in June 2012. Crawford, a native of Cordova, Tenn., returned to his alma mater after serving as a trainer at Birmingham’s Elite Alabama Training center, where he taught individual speed and agility lessons to athletes aged 6 to 18. Crawford was a part of the most successful season in Blazer history in his first year on head coach Marla Townsend's softball staff. With a 40-19 record, the Blazers became the first team in NCAA history to cross the 40-win mark on their way to a berth in the NCAA Super Regional in Gainesville, Fla.
The Topaz/Daybreak forecourt shares its large site with the company’s other concern, Tractamotors Blanchardstown Ltd, a new car showroom that abuts the station and shop and is the rump of the business that Brendan Crawford began when he moved to the Republic from Portaferry in Co Down in the early 1970s.
Brendan, a keen hurler, had relocated to the south in search of work in 1972, and by 1975, he had purchased the Blanchardstown property, which included a Shell filling station. In 1985, sons Nick and Greg started their relationship with the company by pumping gas on the busy forecourt during school holidays.
When Topaz purchased Shell’s Irish assets in 2008, the branding on the filling station changed, and by December of that year, Brendan had retired from the company, leaving Nick and Greg in full charge.
The 1,200-square-foot Daybreak store, which opened in November 2011 on the site of the original Tractamotors showroom, is a relatively new addition to the forecourt. They spent a lot of money on the project at the time, installing a 32-camera surveillance system, €60,000 on refrigeration, and another €30,000 on a cutting-edge till system.
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Darcy Regier, the General Manager of the Buffalo Sabres, reported today that defenseman Nick Crawford has signed a three-year entry-level deal with the club. Crawford was taken in the sixth round (164th overall) of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft by the Sabres.
Crawford (6’1″, 183 lbs., shoots left, 2/23/1990) led all OHL defensemen in points (70), assists (59), and goals (11) in 68 games with the Barrie Colts and Saginaw Spirit. Crawford was named to the OHL’s First All-Star Team and came in second place in the voting for Defenseman of the Year. Crawford was also named the best offensive defenseman in the OHL in the annual Coaches Poll. Regier said, “We’re delighted to have Nick signed to a three-year deal.” “He’s come a long way since we drafted him in the sixth round two years ago, and we expect him to have a bright future with the Buffalo Sabres organization.” Crawford was fourth in points and second in assists among all Canadian Hockey League blueliners, and his plus-51 was second only to Colby Robak of the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings. Crawford, who is 20 years old, also had 12 assists in 17 playoff games as Barrie reached the OHL Championship Series before losing to Windsor. Crawford, a native of Brampton, Ontario, has 140 points (23+117) in 264 OHL games with Barrie and Saginaw.