Controversy is abound in the science-fiction writing circle after Saudi Arabia bids to host the World Science Fiction Convention Continue reading Authors condemn Saudi Arabia’s bid to host World Science Fiction Convention
By Dominic Hodgson When I saw the posting for being among the authors contributing to this series, the examples given for the kinds of topics that could be covered included discussing why I got into writing in the first place. Well, the answer to that is that I always have been, at the latest since the age of four, wherein toys would become characters and … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Dominic Hodgson discusses his love for writing and his series The Ragnarök Chronicles
This is an interesting novel with complex moral issues at its core, and an interesting sci-fi plot to keep you engaged. Continue reading Warehouse Dreams by Theresa Halvorsen Review
Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (most commonly referred to simply as Frankenstein) by Mary Shelley is an old classic of Gothic literature.
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With his father, brother and fiancée lying dead at the hands of Krelathan raiders, Grogaan’s life is ripped apart, he is consumed with grief, anger and rage. He vows to himself that he will have his revenge and he sets out on his ‘path to vengeance’ by purchasing four starfighters for him and his friends, which they extensively modify to give them the advantage in … Continue reading Path to Vengeance Review
The Phoenix Conspiracy by Richard Sanders is a science-fiction novel set in a future Universe where mankind has managed to create a sprawling Empire stretching across a huge swath of the galaxy. Opposing them are two rival alien Empires. On the face of it the Human Empire seems to be largely peaceful. However, a rogue captain attacks an innocent alien civilian convoy and quickly plunges … Continue reading The Phoenix Conspiracy Review
Can you imagine a world where every citizen could directly weigh in on politics and the actions of his or her host government from their cell phone? In this not-so-distant sci-fi future, Jennifer French’s Survival Year offers this scenario as a true possibility. There’s international betrayal, a love triangle and a common desire to bring the world together in the face of global political upheaval, … Continue reading Survival Year Review