Tag Archives: sci-fi

…not as we know it. ~ Stuart France

* …Moments later the bars of blue light shimmered into three tightly clad figures. Kirk, glanced expectantly around the room and sighed. Spock arched a well manicured eye-brow skyward. “An empty writing room,” pronounced Sulu, somewhat redundantly. Kirk’s hand held … Continue reading

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Imagination – Take 2, The Story ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

The buildings rose two or three floors around, grey and brown, mostly aged brick and sandstone, though some of the older buildings showed signs that the neighborhood once had a little more opulence, with local marbles showing here and there, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Fight a Prophecy ~ Nicholas C. Rossis #shortstory

Reblogged from Nicholas C. Rossis: In April, I posted my thousandth post on this blog. To celebrate, I will share here all my short stories. Every couple of weeks, I’ll be posting one story from my celebrated Exciting Destinies series for … Continue reading

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Guest author: Richard Dee – I was never a writer

I was never a writer. I was a reader, right from the day that the squiggles on the page made sense. I was a devourer of the words of others. I grew up and became a captive audience, a traveller … Continue reading

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Book launch! The Yak Guy Project by C. S Boyack

Thanks for having me over today, Sue. I’m here to talk about my newest novel, The Yak Guy Project. This is the tale of a deplorable young man who is given a second chance at life. His journey is hard, … Continue reading

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Guest author: M. C. Tuggle – You, Me, and the Whole Wide World

Countless online and printed articles have wrestled with what has become the most troubling question of our age: What is happening to us? The cascade of electrons and ink aimed at this question underscores our growing realization that many of … Continue reading

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Childhood fantasy

He’s right… by the time you reach an age with double figures, fairy stories are for babies… and you are no longer a babe. In just the same way that we cease admitting to the guilty affection for the music … Continue reading

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Guest author: C. S. Boyack – The Hat, an excerpt from a new novella

Sue, I really appreciate the chance to visit your blog once again. You’re sure welcome over at my place any time you need it. In most blog tours it’s kind of traditional to provide an excerpt of some kind. I … Continue reading

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Read John Maberry’s new short story collection The Fountain – FREE – 25 to 27 August… from Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

From The Story Reading Ape: Humor, twists and more in this collection of seven fantasy and sci-fi short stories. Karma can be painful in “The Fountain”–when a plunderer meets a long-dead shaman. A family adopts a retriever with special talents … Continue reading

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Through Eternity’s Curtains (Part 1) – Richard M. Ankers – Author

Reblogged from Richard M. Ankers : The stars poured from the sky in a twinkling explosion of light in the night. To our left, darkness held sway over the universe. To our right, an even deeper obsidian. Yet in that … Continue reading

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