Each Little Universe by Chris Durston

If Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett had written an earnestly nerdy story in a setting running on the ridiculous logic of Scott Pilgrim, it might have come out something like this. Each Little Universe is the tale of two oddball nerds, one girl from the stars, and the place we each find for ourselves in […]

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Hard Right by B.C Bamber

The year is 1,000,342. Humanity is spread throughout the galaxy on 8 colonies, all ruled by a dynastic royal family. Two of the colonies are looking for independence and the current Emperor doesn’t want war. But his son Prince Zarka has other ideas. Don Jackson 09823 works for Cleaner Corp; a much-feared unofficial arm of […]

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Dun Ringill by David Kantrowitz

Thank you to Warp Speed Odyssey for featuring my latest novel, Dun Ringill.  The inspiration for this book was twofold.  First, as a longtime fan of the classic sci-fi novel Roadside Picnic, and the Stalker series of video games that the book inspired, I felt compelled to channel the unique feeling that these worlds imparted […]

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Galaxy Pirates by Tamuna Tsertsvadze

Galaxy Pirates is a Science Fantasy book designed for teens and young adults who are into science fiction, fantasy, and adventures. It draws inspiration from many classical pirate adventure books such as The Black Corsair by Emilio Salgari and Treasure Island by Robert L. Stevenson, as well as modern movies such as Pirates of the […]

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Neleh_Art’s Sci-Fi Vision

Today my featured guest is a young artist that I met on Instagram. One night I was browsing through the Sci-fi art feed and I stumble over the drawing of the robot above. Instantly I wanted to feature it on my blog. A quick glance at her IG profile convinced me that this young artist […]

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Selfdestructible by Mike Vago

Every young person thinks they’re indestructible. Ree knows it. Her parents were superheroes. They passed on invulnerability and the power of flight to their daughter, but when she was 14, they were both killed trying to save New York. Now it’s ten years later. Ree’s unemployed, drinks too much, and tries to blot out the […]

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