Tag Archives: sci-fi

Video Wednesday: This One Fell To Earth

Memory of a visit to the Roswell space museum. It’s worth veering left for this place. Even the street lights are shaped like alien heads.

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Terry J. Newman Author Of The Drayling: A Writer Speaks

Today we have Terry J. Newman. Terry lives  with his wife in Sussex, England. He is a member of English Heritage, The National Trust, Brighton & Hove Albion Supporters’ Club and Mensa. Here’s a brief synopsis of his book. It … Continue reading

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P.I. Barrington Author Of Isadora DayStar: A Writer Speaks

P.I. Barrington describes herself simply. An ex-entertainment industry maven who now writes fiction!       What is your philosophy of writing?  Be your own harshest critic so others don’t have to be. Learn your craft before you call yourself … Continue reading

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Generation, A Novel By William Knight Reviewed By Joseph Valentinetti

The beat poet, Kenneth Patchen, in his poem Street Corner College, wrote- Last year was a year ago; nothing more. We weren’t younger then; nor older now. We manage to have the look that young men have; We feel nothing behind … Continue reading

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A.C. Montgomery Author Of The Rafters: aWriter’sWords

What’s the name and genre of you book?  The Rafters: Book 1 of the Somnambulist Saga, the Genre is Sci-Fi Fantasy/Epic/Urban Fantasy Who is the audience for this book?  Primary Target Audience: ages 18-28 In general: 17+ Is this book … Continue reading

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