Tag Archives: science fiction← Older posts November 4, 2016
In the weeks since Firmament: Reversal Zone was released, I’ve been very happy to see how readers have been enjoying it thus far. Honestly, I think it’s my favorite of the four books that are currently out. And I’ve actually been sitting on the idea since before the Firmament series even began–the basic premise was part of my very first sci-fi enterprise, Journey to Eternity. Like most early attempts of mine, this story was not much good at all, but I loved the idea of the reversal and tucked it away for later. More than ten years later.
What are … Keep readingPosted in Reviews, Writing | Tagged adventure, Firmament, ideas, new releases, Reversal Zone, sci-fi, science fiction, series, Star Trek, twists | Comments Off on It Felt Like a Star Trek Episode June 3, 2016
Haven’t I promoted Red Rain before? Well, seeing as you can’t have too much of a good book, here I am doing it again! Read on for details about the book and the blog tour…
Good morning, Ladies and Gents! Welcome aboard Flight 74 heading for the Red Planet, Mars. Please strap on your seat belts because this promises to be one wild ride. We’ve got free books galore, three fun giveaways, author interviews, and more. Let’s get this adventure started!
About the Book
17-year-old Philadelphia has been imprisoned most of her life because of her Christian beliefs. When her … Keep readingPosted in Blog Tour | Tagged Aubrey Hansen, friends, Homeschooled authors, novellas, promotions, Red Rain, sci-fi, science fiction, short stories | 1 Comment August 14, 2015
Next stop on the blog tour is an Jesse Rice, where he asks me about my writing, why I love sci-fi, and what my favorite musical is. Step on over and have a look!Posted in Blog Tour | Tagged colleagues, favorites, friends, Implant, interviews, promotion, questions, sci-fi, science fiction | Comments Off on Writing, Sci-fi, and a Few Favorites April 9, 2015
Gordon pedaled as fast as he could, intensely focused on taking deep breaths. Each inhalation set off a dull pain deep in his chest, but he persisted, stubbornly ignoring his rapidly increasing heart rate. Baum would fuss that he was exerting himself too much, but Gordon didn’t care. He had to get into shape somehow, and riding his bike to work was the best way he could think to do it…
I promised an Implant update, didn’t I? I do believe I did. As I mentioned in my introduction of the book, I’ve been working on going through … Keep readingPosted in Writing | Tagged characters, current WIP, Doc, dystopia, editing, Gordon, Implant, medical sci-fi, Neil, news, sci-fi, science fiction, young adult | 10 Comments May 15, 2014
A couple days ago I posted a review of Joel Parisi’s recent book Shadow Play. At that time, I promised a guest post and here it is. As you can guess from the title, it has to do with aliens. Interestingly, I have the conviction not to write aliens in my science fiction, and he does not, and yet I still agree overall with his post. Confused? Sometime soon I hope to write a guest post for his blog explaining. In the meantime, enjoy his perspective on this important sci-fi issue!
The use of aliens in fiction has (to my … Keep readingPosted in Writing | Tagged aliens, Christian fiction, friends, guest posts, sci-fi, science fiction | 22 Comments ← Older posts