About This Site
As a kid, Rann Murray's parents signed him up for a subscription to the Science Fiction Book Club, then they bought him a Robert The Robot toy with a fancy control module, then a telescope. So how could a spoiled brat like that not end up writing science fiction? His background as a Computer Store owner, astrophotographer and a life long interest in anything to do with science sprang from those early days.
Rann graduated from Michigan State University and still lives in the Great Lake State with his wife and three spoiled brat cats.
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My wife and I collaborated on a short story for an annual writing tournament in our local county which won first place in our category. It was just published in a book, Small Town Anthology III , which is now available … Continue reading
A while back I started writing a novel about a father whose son mysteriously disappeared while stationed at a science facility on Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons. Titled, Freeman’s Ocean, the father ends up traveling out to Enceladus by hitch-hiking … Continue reading
Ascension: A remote outpost stationed at the extreme edge of the solar system goes silent. The determined commander and his rescue fleet must find out what happened to the outpost and the thirty lives on it. As they reach their … Continue reading
The leader of an online writing group I belong to recently asked the question: What technique(s) do you use to get out of a depressed state? If you’re a writer who has to deal with frequent depression, you are in good … Continue reading
Finally, a new Sci-Fi book for science fiction writers. Arkwright by Allen Steele (author of Coyote trilogy): Arkwright is a fictional account of a famous Sci-Fi author named Nathan Arkwright whose series of Galaxy Patrol books and movies made him … Continue reading
This is me a while back standing at the telescopes in my then four year old observatory. The open door on the left leads into a warm room which has a window that looks out to the telescope. The warm room … Continue reading