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Helen pulled a can of coffee from the refrigerator and depressed the stud that activated the isotope to heat it to an optimal temperature. 1,411 more words


Twitch Stream Story: Bitter is Lighter than Sweet

It was such a wonderful thing that it wasn’t raining that evening. The sun was gone, off to bed, but the streetlights did its work and then some. 983 more words


Review: Carcharodons - Red Tithe

For longtime followers of the background fiction of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the Carcharodons–or Space Sharks as they were known earlier–have been a mysterious bunch of Astartes. 730 more words

Warhammer 40,000

How To Start Writing In The Next Five Minutes

Eliminate distractions ruthlessly in your mind and reading.

As many of you may have found, writing is complicated by distractions and, often, by your deleterious mood. 60 more words


Big Sci-Fi Giveaway!

OK. See that picture up above? All you have to do is click it, enter in a few details and BAM, you’ll get FOUR free sci-fi books in your inbox. 47 more words

Science Fiction

Parallel Universe

‘Are you in there, Gregor?’
Thomas peered through the viewing window into the swirling gaseous mass that filled the laboratory interior. The chromatic cloud was peppered with pulsating, sparkling spots of light. 287 more words

Short Stories

Review: FEEDBACK by Mira Grant (Newsflesh #4)

It might sound strange when I say I’m very happy to be back in Mira Grant’s Newsflesh series, since it depicts a terrifying post-apocalyptic world following a zombie plague, but this author’s powerful, intense narrative always manages to draw me in, enthrall me and make me care and worry for her characters, so that every new installment in this saga is a highly anticipated and very welcome occasion. 1,399 more words