Interview With David Salvi

When it comes to David Salvi only good things come to mind. First, he agreed to be a featured guest on my blog a few months ago and offered to send me a paperback version of his book Canaan for me to read, which I absolutely enjoyed. Afterward, I wrote a review, and now he […]

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Luna Maru’s Sci-Fi art

My name’s Luna Maru , I‘m an 18 year old queer artist, born and raised in Austria. I love nothing more than telling stories, which is why I try to capture them within my drawings, be it a whole scene or just characters and landscapes. I have a fascination with themes of Sci-Fi and Fantasy, […]

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Samdroid by Euclid Ferrara

Howdy from Big Yuke! Hope everyone is doing okay in the lockdown. Stressed? Restless? Anxious and not sleeping? Yeah, me too, buddy, me too…             If this was a book jacket, it would read, “Euclid Ferrara was born in sunny San Diego and has not strayed too far from there ever since.” I’m not one […]

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Framandi Alliance by Rashid Ahmed

Told from a third-generation, quantum processing, independent AI’s perspective, Framandi Alliance skips along at a brisk pace after an elaborate prologue about the beginnings of Lýsi, a secretive adhocratic global ‘think & do’ tank. Set up soon after WW2 to solve the world’s wicked problems, Lýsi had identified global catastrophic risk in its various forms […]

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The Athena Operation by Dalton Cortner

The entire universe is being purged. Seraph Aydrian is the furthest thing from a model soldier. He’s one reprimand away from a dishonorable discharge. Time off from the military didn’t sound so bad. But when the seythra betray the universe and start killing everyone indiscriminately, Seraph knows he is going to have to fight for […]

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Light Travel by Alaura Davis

Light Travel is a short story series about a mother and her two children thrust into the sci-fi world of aliens and gods. After divorcing her incarcerated now ex-husband, Grace is offered a once in a lifetime opportunity at Becker and Beck Financial Institute in Orlando, Florida. She takes her sons, Seth and Thad to […]

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Childhood’s End (1953)

If aliens would come to Earth to unify the human race and teach us how to create better technologies, would they be doing this for us or for them? Childhood’s End was written by the British author Arthur C. Clarke, a legend amongst the science fiction writing community. The book was first published in 1953 […]

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Intelligence Block by Kit Falbo

If technology has advanced so far that it is indistinguishable from magic wouldn’t you want to use it to do something magical? That idea built the framework for my book, Intelligence Block. A universe where performers do just that in order to entertain, compete, and explore how far they can take their art. With that […]

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