For this writer Wednesday, I would like to share with you all a video produced by professional fiction editor, Ellen Brock.
The extremists are afraid of books and pens, the power of education frightens them. - Malala Yousafzai
This alien invasion novel seems pretty cool. Has anybody read it? Also, what do you think of this 2010 Stephan Martiniere cover! Publisher’s blurb “The launch of a new science fiction adventure series--by the New York Times-best selling author of the Safehold series and the Honor Harrington seriesThe Galactic Hegemony has been around a long … Continue reading Scifi Saturday
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The science fiction book club is hosting a Q and A with Lisa Yaszek about Women of Science Fiction. Yaszek is a professor of Science Fiction Studies at Georgia Tech. Her research areas include issues of gender, race, and science and technology in science fictionShe wrote “Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction” … Continue reading Science Fiction Q and A with author, Lisa Yaszek
This young man sits on the side of Empire Road in Johannesburg and instead of begging, he provides book reviews. He collects books, reads them, and provides reviews for people passing by. If you like the review, he will try to sell you the book. This is how he makes a living. Have you seen … Continue reading Homeless Man Reviews Books for Sale
Coffee and content. Which to choose? I'm debating between reading more #shortfiction or more essays. What do you think? #essay #shortstory #fiction #cookong #mindbodyspirit #read #amreading #literature #nonfiction #coffee #barnesandnoble #bookstore #books #magazine #anthology
I have always gravitated toward works of horror, even at a young age. At first, I read whatever I could find on my parents’ bookshelves. John Saul. V.C. Andrews. Stephen King. They lit a fire in me, made me curious about all the things that might be out there. All the things we cannot prove. Ghosts … Continue reading 8 Horror Novels that are Based on Real Historical Events