Tag Archives: Science Fiction

The Martian by Andy Weir

I just finished listening to the audible version of The Martian by Andy Weir narrated by R.C Bray. I don’t know how this would read but I have to say this is the best audio hard SF book I have … Continue reading

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The A List

Part of Stephen King’s instructions for fledgling writers is to read and read voraciously because “reading is the creative center of a writer’s life.” He instructs you to read some books outside of your chosen genre as well. But if … Continue reading

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Review of Write, Publish, Repeat

You may be familiar with the Self-Publishing Podcast – hosted by Johnny B. Truant, Sean Platt, and David Wright – which has featured a wide variety of people doing unique and interesting things in the world of self-publishing. These podcasters have taken … Continue reading

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Humans Are Stupid

It’s difficult for me to conceptualize what an alien might look like because they could travel along a completely different evolutionary path. That’s probably why I’ve avoided writing any stories that include aliens. Here are two creatures on our own planet … Continue reading

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Bigfoot War, The Review

I should qualify my review with the fact that I am not a horror buff but do occasionally read horror and SF Horror by major authors. Bigfoot War: A man returns from the Iraq war with the single minded purpose of seeking … Continue reading

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Horror SF And The Squatchie Apocalypse

 He’s large and hairy, stinks real bad and looks kinda humanoid in a fluffy shagged up sort of way. He lurks around the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada but can pop up pretty much anyplace else if you … Continue reading

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Penguin and the Caped Crusader

                                Penguin and the Caped Crusader        Better known as the Soul Nebula, IC1848, Constellation- Cassiopeia ©2008-2013 Richard Murray Science Fiction Stuff: The total exposure time for this image was 11 hours and 20 minutes. You might be thinking, “That poor … Continue reading

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