P. M. Russell

Author

P.M. Russell graduated with a BS degree in the field of communications.  She has been published in various regional and national publications over the past twenty-five years. For the last decade she has lobbied for NASA programs and the Mars Society promoting space initiatives. She has written and delivered papers for the Mars Society’s national conventions. She was published in the book On to Mars 2, a compilation of space-related papers. Her interest in quantum physics and education laid the background for this children’s book

She won the the "Why Mars?" writing award from the Mars Society in 2004 and was published in their book "On To Mars 2."

Ms. Russell is a long standing member of the International Women's Writing Guild (IWWG).


Review:

Her recent book, The Wormhole Adventures: Travel Is Relative, is available at most booksellers. The Wormhole Adventures: Travel Is Relative introduces Barnaby, a talking raven, who stumbles upon an entry through time and space called a wormhole. He and his three new friends, Paul, Sebastian and Lynn, travel back in time where they meet the great physicist Albert Einstein. Einstein educates the children on his scientific theories. Much to the children’s surprise, Barnaby has his own fascinating story to tell.