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Where Ideas Come From

I’d been thinking about a post talking about where the ideas for stories come from.  Then in today’s Orbital Operations newsletter (sign up here), … 350 more words


Mars Awaits

This month, Mars moves into the best position for observers on Earth since 2003. What Mars book are you reading to welcome the Red Planet?


Fahrenheit 451 (2018)

CULT – 0

Verdict – 1/5

Pros –
1) Michael Shannon as Captain Beatty in this bibliophile’s dystopian nightmare… 84 more words


Card, King, Orwell and Bradbury: The five best sci-fi books

Whatever your gravity is when you get to the door, remember―the enemy’s gate is down.”

Orson Scott Card, “Ender’s Game” novella, published 1977.

My favorite sci-fi novel, “Ender’s Game,” began its life as a novella that was so well loved and critically received that Orson Scott Card was picked up by TOR and asked to expand it into a full-length novel that still wows readers today. 656 more words

Orson Scott Card

Dailies 7/19/18

 Cara Dees – To the Next Supreme Justice,

 There were also a few hundred looking into abortion through bleaching one’s uterus…
—The New York Times… 141 more words

Top Ten Tuesday - Short Stories/Essays (July 17)

It’s been a long time, but it’s time to take part in Top Ten Tuesday again.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that is hosted by Jana at… 499 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Novellas & Short Stories

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that started at thebrokeandbookish and is now hosted by Jana @ thatartsyreadergirl. There’s a different prompt each week and you can interpret it to your bloggish heart’s desire! 953 more words

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