Profile: Michael Casher

Personal background
Michael Casher is a science fiction author from a small Appalachian community in the United States. He started writing science fiction novels in 2002 as a full-time, independent author, after nearly half a lifetime of working for others at various positions in labor, banking and insurance. Mr. Casher often refers to that part of his life as his "data gathering" period. The author shares a home in Pennsylvania with his elderly mother and an old tomcat named "Lucky".

Michael Casher's official website is Science Fiction for Thinkers.com where you'll find a more comprehensive biography as well as links to his books, blogs, photo albums and much more.

Books by Michael Casher are published by Science Fiction for Thinkers.com using Print-On-Demand technology from Lulu.com. He also writes literary fiction under the pen name Jonco Bugos (pronounced YONK-oh BOO-gosh). Printed books by Michael Casher are available at Amazon.com, Lulu.com, Blackwell.co.uk and many other online bookstores worldwide.

In 2009 Science Fiction for Thinkers.com published Kindle Editions of Michael Casher's six science fiction thrillers and the novella by Jonco Bugos. These ebook editions were published exclusively for reading on Amazon's revolutionary wireless reading device, Kindle, and the Kindle applications for Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad, PC and Mac.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
SETI@home is not about you or me, it's about listening to the universe and to the world around us. The universe is a big place and it's always speaking to us, whether we're listening to it or not. The notion that an extraterrestrial culture may have sent us a radio message is not really the big picture. It's our willingness to be part of a bigger community that makes us special enough to receive one.

Knowledge is always being shared for our benefit. And if we're smart enough and brave enough and quiet enough we'll always learn something. And the best thing about learning something new is sharing it with others.

It's true. Listening to the stars is more fun than just looking at them.
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