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Indie Author Tips & Tricks: Make sure your writing heroes inspire you rather than depress you!

I’ve just finished reading what must be the best science fiction book I’ve read in a long time; Surface Detail, by Iain M. Banks. … 640 more words


Dust Storm

This incredible gunship is the work of TLCB newcomer , who has realised the artwork of previous TLCB bloggee Pierre E Fieschi in three dimensional form. 84 more words


Review - It Gets Lost in the End ("The Maze Runner")

Along for the ride in a string of recent forgettable sci-fi YA movies (Divergent, The Giver), this newest entry is a cut above the others in story, but loses points in the all-too critical ending. 1,092 more words


Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

When I first heard of Jurassic Park, I had no idea that it was a book and the movie was an adaptation. So naturally, I HAD to read it! 257 more words


Cover Art: Virtual

Launch day for Hearth Global’s smart house system. Techs in place, programs operational, uplinks activated. All systems go. Until one doesn’t. Ryan has a house on his roster without any record of the construction, and it’s a hot mess. 197 more words

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REVIEW: Doctor Who (Series 8, Episode 5: Time Heist

This review contains spoilers.

So far this year, each Doctor Who episode has been markedly different. We’ve had a Victorian mini-movie with ‘Deep Breath’, a tense sci-fi thriller with ‘Into the Dalek’, a historical romp with ‘Robot of Sherwood’, and a sinister horror with ‘Listen’. 441 more words

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A glimpse of the future


You can click the link above and (I hope) be able to read the opening paragraphs for Strangeness at the SAGDEG Star Stop.

Following a recent walk into work, I now have the plot pretty much nailed down and fully formed in my mind. 147 more words