The Extinction Protocol – Part 1

Personal log Commander Scott EdwardsOlympus Colony MarsSol 673I've sat here, totally silent for the last hour. Probably the first hour that I've had to think in months. I've heard about people having these times of their lives that they look back on and it seems like a bad dream and they wonder what the fuck... Continue Reading →

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The Extinction Protocol

This short piece has been written for the November 2018 Blog Battle.  To find out more click the link: https://rachaelritchey.com/2018/11/08/blogbattle-educate/ The word for the month is EDUCATE. SOL670 Olympus Colony: "Colony Log Commander James O'Neill: NASA are sending me a priority message on the secure comms channel in about five minutes. I'm not sure what to... Continue Reading →

The Celestial Temple

This short piece has been written for the October 2018 Blog Battle. If you need to find out more please click: Blog Battle - October 2018 The word for this month is CAVE.        Like a dream I could see the cave, carved into the side of a mountain, looking into it I saw... Continue Reading →

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 →

Introducing Parallel Magic: The Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Show

Kate M Colby has created the Parallel Magic podcast, so for all of those into Scifi and dark fantasy reading this is something you should look into!

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Kate M. Colby

If you read my January update or follow me on social media, you’ve probably caught the unofficial announcements… but now, I’m pleased to officially introduce Parallel Magic: The Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Show.

Parallel Magic PodcastIn this podcast, Jonas Lee (my friend and fellow author) and I discuss science fiction and fantasy novels over a drink. We started the show to create a virtual book club, where sci-fi/fantasy readers from around the world could chat about the books we love while enjoying the simple camaraderie of a drink (alcohol optional, of course!).

Thus far, we’ve aired two episodes. The first dives into Scythe by Neal Shusterman, along with all the existential crises a book about (im)mortality can bring. The second episode, which aired today, covers Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, as well as my first embarrassing Champagne pop, epic space battles, and the book’s brain-blowing (and not-so-brain-blowing twists).

Interested?

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Nice Suit Darth…

I love this joke... https://pin.it/x6zv72yyfsttrv Bu then there was this other bit I found, I don't know who asked Darth about it though! Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on material

Creating the Titan

One of the reasons I started creating my own cover art for my own stories is becasue up until now I've taken a lot of other art from off the internet. This often has the result of really annoying people. It also means I'm not using what's really in my head. Because of this and... Continue Reading →

Death Star – In Amazing Detail

I saw this and thought - wow! Someone has so much time on their hands to draw a cutaway Death Star is so much detail!   I wish I could say I had done this myself but I haven't: Death Star cut away drawing Simon 🙂

Battle of the Books – A Warden and a Nexus

Candice Coates of candicecoates.wordpress.com has a problem that I an only dream of. She has two books to self publish. The problem comes is which one to publish first! The two books are called Warden and Nexus Gate 4037. Both of them are Science Fiction novels with a different twist. The Warden is comic adventure and Nexus Gate... Continue Reading →

The Titan Mystery – Part 15

Tranquility lifted slowly from the landing deck, the extra weight of the mechanoids making the thruster motors strain under the weight. In a few seconds the vessel had lifted  and pushed itself gently through the  opening out into space. "We nearly didn't make that!" Collins complained. "We're too heavy! What's that robot doing on top?"... Continue Reading →

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