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Catch the Exhibit for Sci-Fi Author Rick Badman’s Novel “The Madhouse Projects” at the 2020 Tucson Festival of Book

An engrossing, optimistic read awaits avid readers of science fiction at the third-largest book event in the U.S.

Warsaw, IN – WEBWIRE

Rick Badman’s The Madhouse Projects is “a futurist manual that is informative, imaginative, and fun to read.”

Heading to the 2020 Tucson Festival of Books? Make sure to visit the exhibit for author Rick Badman’s book “The Madhouse Projects” (ReadersMagnet; 2019).
The Tucson Festival of Books will take place from March 14 to 15 at the University of Arizona Campus, Tucson, AZ. The two-day, open-air literary festival features a variety of exhibits, presentations, panel discussions, cultural programs, book signings, and Science City, a special programming for children and teens.  
Badman’s “The Madhouse Projects” will be displayed by ReadersMagnet at the 2020 Tucson Festival of Book.
“The Madhouse Projects” is about Dick Thurman, an auto engineer who works on flywheel-powered electric cars, one of which he drives to victory at the 2037 Indy 500. Dick, his wife Kate, and other characters in the book work on various projects that make the world a better place despite opposition from corporations, institutions, and criminals.
In “The Madhouse Projects,” readers will see a future where technology is maximized to do extraordinary things and change lives for the better, instead of plunging the world into a future of doom and destruction. The novel gives readers a glimpse at what be possible within their lifetime if enough people are determined to make the incredible reality.
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The Madhouse Projects
Author | Rick Badman
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Published date | October 9, 2019
Paperback price | $15.13
About the Author
Rick Badman was born on March 21, 1974, in Warsaw, Indiana where he still lives. He is an avid science fiction enthusiast. He began writing sci-fi stories half a century ago. In eighth grade, he started writing sci-fi books to practice writing long stories. He also carried his interest to broadcast media, doing short weekly radio features about science fiction from 1979 to 1982 and a cable TV program about future technology and ideas from 1985 up to 2012.
Aside from “The Madhouse Projects,” he has completed four sci-fi books (two published, two unpublished):

  • “The Belt,” which takes place in the Kuyper Belt around 340 years in the future
  • “Tales From Newgate,” which takes place in a city founded by people from another dimension in the Adirondacks
  • “The Adventures of Mr. Amazing,” which is about a superhero from another dimension
  • “The Mission To Worlds Beyond,” which tells of missionaries being sent to other dimensions

Since 19743, Badman is a voracious writer of letters to the editor in his hometown of Warsaw, IN. Over 300 of them have been published since 2013.

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