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Echo 4 is now on Kindle Unlimited!

Jergles Mcdoogfaces!  Just wanted to let everyone know that Echo Volume 4 is now available on Kindle Unlimited!  I’ll be posting this message every day until October 29.  282 more words


The Sinister Electronic Jungle…Every Thing Has A Price… Even Outer Space. By Hank Curci SCIFI Author


More Dangerous Than Rain Forest Jungle.




In the year 3000AD, Hank Curci writes that all corporeal life forms, like human beings, will have received artificial internal organs ,via gene splice synthetic genetics, to extend life.

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Science Fiction

The Reading Week in Review it was a five star kind of week!

The reading week in review October 15-21st

Wow, I hit on the perfect combination of books last week. Both the titles that I finished were so satisfying to this reader. 989 more words

Book Reviews

Book Release: The Vague Ship

Welcome to The Vague Ship

A Tale of Ambiguity

In an effort to remain free of contradictions, it is recommended to remain vague in all things. 140 more words


… And One More AI Imaging Terminal Per Floor…

Alternate Universe

Doctor Who S11Ep3, Rosa: A Review.

Another week means another trip through space and time with our favourite Time-lady and her merry banned of Yorkshire-bound companions. This week, The team’s efforts to get back to modern day Sheffield have been complicated further by the refurbished TARDIS’ new displays and its/her desire to take the Doctor on a  457 more words


Book Review: Children of Exile

Children of Exile by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Science-fiction. 304 Pages. 4 Stars


For the past twelve years, adults called “Freds” have raised Rosi, her younger brother Bobo, and the other children of their town, saying it is too dangerous for them to stay with their parents, but now they are all being sent back. 434 more words