Tag : Sci-fi

Written on Oct, 26, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

My sci-fi mystery Emergence comes out January. Here's the gorgeous cover.

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Written on Jan, 22, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Do you like mental powers? Do you like spaceships? Get them both in this sci-fi short story… Mind over matter is more than a cliche.  Controlling starships with her mind is all Emily ever dreamed of. Her graduation from the Telekinesis Traffic Control Academy is assured, unless Dylan, an irritating and cocky fellow student, ruins it for her.  The utmost …

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Written on Sep, 05, 2015 by in | 20 Comments.

Have I got a treat for you! Scroll your way through 35 –free– spec-fic books. There's something for everyone here: sci-fi, space opera, epic fantasy, dark fantasy, vampires, paranormal, post-apocalypse, genetic engineering, arcane horror, time travel, and more. Some of these books are free on Amazon (or your favorite retailer) and some are yours, gratis, when you sign up for …

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Written on Sep, 24, 2014 by in , | 2 Comments.

Here’s a great new series you might want to read from M. Pax who wrote the classic sci-fi series Backworlds. The first book in the series, Rifters is free and the sequel, Initiate is only $1 right now. How can you go wrong?   “A junction erupts between the worlds. The Gold Rush trickles to a fool’s quest and a string of stagecoach …

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Written on Feb, 15, 2014 by in | 3 Comments.

Coming this March is the fifth installment in M. Pax’s thrilling science fiction series, The Backworlds. This is a great scifi series for anyone interested in the frontiers of the galaxy, or fans of Firefly. Check out the whole series. War is coming. A horde of merciless aliens poise just beyond the Edge. In a matter of weeks they will …

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Written on Dec, 14, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

In 1961, Frank Drake, one of the founders of the SETI Institute (Search for Extra Terrestrial Life) came up with his famous equation representing the number of intelligent alien civilisations in our galaxy. Since there are so many variables, whose values we can only guess at, it’s no surprise that everyone comes up with a different result. In the course …

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Written on Oct, 19, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.

http://www.whereiwrite.org/ This is an oldie, but I still find it fascinating. I wish Mr. Cassidy would expand the collection, or move into other genres. With a couple of exceptions, it appears that the two obligatory components of a writer’s workspace are a chaotic desk/room and an impressive shelving of books. Is this a cliche? Are there no minimalist authors? Is …

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