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#free signed ARIA for you

For the next 7 days my award-winning Science fiction / medical mystery, ARIA: Left Luggage is in the Goodreads Giveaway. Pop over with the link below and you could be in for a chance to win an autographed print copy. 332 more words

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Exerting a Silent Pressure on the World...

Trees by Warren Ellis and Jason Howard might be my new favourite comic-book. ‘In Shadow’, the first trade edition of the Image series, was published last month. 1,227 more words

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Never Seen It - They Live

Heather and I put on the sunglasses with Rowdy Roddy Piper and see that They Live.  Listen, right click and save as, or find us on… 41 more words

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT

The whole Star Trek franchise is brainy enough for the intellect, but it’s also cool and corny enough to be mindless fun. Unfortunately, Star Trek: First Contact… 300 more words

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It maybe life, but not as we know it...

The science keeps on rolling in at an incredible speed. The most interesting from my point of view as a science fiction writer is that Titan (the largest moon around Saturn) could harbour methane-based oxygen free life. 296 more words

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THE AVENGERS

The Avengers may not be as substantial a comic book story as Guardians of the Galaxy, but I nonetheless favor it more than Guardians… 381 more words

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STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN

The recent death of Leonard Nimoy, may God rest his soul, is a saddening event. The man was best known as Star Trek‘s Spock, an emotionless human/Vulcan hybrid with logical, philosophical idealism and an immortal catchphrase: “Live long and prosper.” However, this is not the first time that fans had to say goodbye to Nimoy. 700 more words

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