Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Book Review: Vincent by Jonathan G Meyer

Science fiction has been one of my favorite genres since first discovering H.G. Wells and Jules Vern in grade school. Jonathan Meyer has captured a style reminiscent of those early science fiction writers woven into the modern age. Much of … Continue reading

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Book Review: AAru (The AARU Cycle Book 1) by David Meredith

AARU is an interesting science fiction type of story set in the not too distant future. I don’t want to give any spoilers so suffice it to say the technology to live forever plays a significant role in the unfolding … Continue reading

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New Release! Do You Believe in Legend (Stars of Heros Book 2) by Ani Manjikian

Do You Believe in  Legend? By Ani Manjikian Cover Quote Legend isn’t about people. It’s about pursuing a dream or higher ideal. About believing in something impossible and transforming the belief into reality through faith and hard work. The future … Continue reading

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Release Day! The Unexpected One by Joanna Ruth

  The Unexpected One Prologue Inside the high brick wall it looked like any ordinary playground. The grass was clipped neatly and the edges trimmed. A thick rubber compound covered the ground under the climbing frames, swings and sea-saws. Several … Continue reading

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You’re Telling It Wrong (Writing Workshop)

Do you ever find yourself just slogging through a story that, on the surface, you’re really jazzed about? You have a great concept with compelling characters, but for some reason you’re going through the motions, trudging towards an ending that’s somehow lost … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: The Call to Search Everywhen series by Chess Desalls

Chess Desalls The Call to Everywhen is a light time travel fantasy that can be enjoyed by teens and adults alike. This series is magical and takes you to imaginary places by the most extraordinary means. Travel glasses that take … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Chess Desalls

Please welcome Chess Desalls today. She is the author of several books including her series, The Call to Search Everywhen. Thank you for being here with me today, Chess. CD: You’re most welcome! Thank you for having me on your … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: Time Will Tell series by Les Lynam

Early last November I picked up the first of Les Lynam’s Time Will Tell series. It had been on my TBR list for some time and I had finally gotten ahead enough to read it. I really enjoyed the book … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: Time Will Tell Series by Les Lynam

…Before You Leap by Les Lynam Even though I am old enough to be the main characters grandmother I was easily engaged in this unusual time travel story. Sean is a typical teenage boy.  Easily recognizable for me after raising … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gravitis Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone by Lynne Murray

Gravitis Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone is an unusual science fiction novel. Incorporating aliens coming to earth with religious cults worshiping these ancient aliens as gods. The author has taken a unique view by relegating Earth as a part of … Continue reading

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