Gold: The Final Science Fiction Collection by Isaac Asimov My rating: 5 of 5 stars Read for the Genre Non-Fiction and the Collections! Reading Challenges. This collection represents the last batch of stuff that Isaac Asimov gave to us. Half of it is stories, and the other half is a collection of essays about science […]
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So this year I’m live blogging my National Novel Writing Month experience on my Facebook page and my YouTube channel. Here’s the playlist so far! Subscribe to my channel or follow my page to keep up-to-date throughout the month! I’ll be sharing tips, tricks, word counts, and my feelings on the experience and the process.
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Check out our Twitter author takeover to celebrate the release of Way of the Gun (Wyrd West Chronicles #4). Lots of great SFF writers will be sharing their work! Just click on the graphic to find the beginning of the thread. Check us out, RT and share!
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It’s a month overdue, but it’s finally here! Wyrd West Chronicles #4 is available at Amazon at this link! Tomorrow I’ll be trying something new; there will be an author takeover event on Twitter! Starting late morning PDT @SableAradia. Here’s the trailer: Way of the Gun by Diane Morrison This is the fourth novella in […]
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I’m excited to announce the book trailer for Wyrd West #4, releasing Halloween 2017!
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The Time Machine & The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells My rating: 5 of 5 stars I read a combined edition of these two books for the SF Masterworks Reading Challenge and the Science Fiction Masterworks Book Club here on Goodreads. The Time Machine Read for the Need to Reread Challenge. I have, […]
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By Sam Reader
In 1982, Ridley Scott loosely adapted Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? into the classic science fiction film Blade Runner, a detective story that kept the novel’s dark aesthetic, odd symbolism, and meditations on empathy. With sequel, Blade Runner 2049 on the horizon, there’s no better time to get acquainted with the author of the original. But where to start?
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