Science Fiction Concepts – My conflict with the Star Trek universe

For as long as I can remember the Star Trek universe has been going. I grew up with the original series frequently repeated (as I'm too young to have seen it when it originally came out before any of you cheeky lot ask) and liking but not really understanding what Star Trek was all about. … Continue reading Science Fiction Concepts – My conflict with the Star Trek universe

Solar System Exploration: Spacecraft – The Present

There is a huge amount of observation and scientific research that can be carried out from Earth. Either ground or orbital telescopes and equipment are now able to give us an unprecedented view of just just the solar system but the universe as a whole. But in order to find out more like what's behind … Continue reading Solar System Exploration: Spacecraft – The Present

Moon Warp

This short piece has been written for the August 2018 Blog Battle. If you need to find out more please click: Blog Battle - August 2018 The word for this month is MOON.        Moon Warp   "This is a standard mission they said. Three weeks out and then back, no excitement and no danger. … Continue reading Moon Warp

Being a writer takes guts, so own it.

Lorraine Amber’s has written this amazing post that all writers need to read!

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Lorraine Ambers

Four years ago, I join a creative writing class and started my first novel. Back then, I would never have imagined myself as a blogger, of having a platform of this scale, and I certainly didn’t see myself as being an author.

I would have blushed and mumbled that I was taking a writing class, whilst secretly writing a book. And in private I would aspire about being an author.

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If this is where you are, stop! You’re not aspiring to anything… if you write, you’re a writer. It takes blood, (probably from a paper cut, but still) sweat and tears to pour your heart and soul into your work. It takes dedication and sacrifice, to set aside time to write away from family and work commitments.

It deserves acknowledgment, and not from an outside source:

Oh, when I get good feedback I’ll feel successful – no you won’t.
But…

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The Geeky Guide to WordPress – Making your Blog Standout, Beautiful and Identifiable

As I've been doing this blogging thing a little while now and it seemed a good idea to pass on a few of the things that I've learned over the five years that I've been doing this. In easy and often geeky steps you'll be taken through the steps and point out the pitfalls of … Continue reading The Geeky Guide to WordPress – Making your Blog Standout, Beautiful and Identifiable

GP: The power of writing simply by Simon Farnell

Ari was kind enough to let me guest post on her blog. I chose to write about the power of simple writing and how this can add impact to any written work.

Thanks again Ari 😀

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This week’s guest poster is my friend and writer Simon Farnell, who is discussing the power of writing simply.  Enjoy!

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Science Fiction Concepts – Spaceships and why they’re wrong!

As I've been looking at concepts recently one thought has occured to me, spacecraft come in all kind of different shapes and sizes and there are different methods of driving them where the engines go and how they work but it kind of seems like one thing seems to stick. The pilot is always looking … Continue reading Science Fiction Concepts – Spaceships and why they’re wrong!