Yet another book of travel reminisces and opinion.

Travel Reminisces

An actual reader, other than myself:
"It was a good read, very entertaining, easy to read. Waiting for the next… Great work…"

A friend bought it, read it,
then gave it to another friend heading to Paris.
She wrote:
"A friend of Mr. Smith has written a book called "Paris : je dirais meme plus" that I just finished and it was most amusing. I could not help hearing the author speak in Mr. Smith's voice! Geoffrey Dixon stayed near my apartment and mentions rue Cler. As I told Mr. Smith I would, I am inscribing the book and leaving it here for someone to pick up."
The first book of travel reminisces and disasters,
mostly in academic settings.

"Very funny. Better than Bill Bryson,"
7stones Reviews
 
My first Sci Fi.

Travel Reminisces

Pseudonym Lev L. Sands. This is not Star Trek.
My 2nd book, Division Algebras, Lattices, Physics, Windmill Tilting, was published in 2011.



Half of this volume is devoted to relationships of the division algebras to lattice theory; half of the material extends and illuminates the material in book 1 concerning the algebra T, and the role it is maintained it plays in the "Algebraic Design of Physics"; and the remaining half ;) of this volume is lattice related numerology, as well as some history, and opinion.
 
My 1st book, Division Algebras: Octonions, Quaternions, Complex Numbers, and the Algebraic Design of Physics is now published by Springer (which recently bought Kluwer). This link (click image) works as of 2014.04.16.


My second Sci Fi. Not done yet. Working on it.

Travel Reminisces

A reader of Stretch Far Away insisted I carry on the story.

Strange thing.

You won't like it.
It's too expensive.
Go away.

And another memoir is in the works.