It’s the reading destination that counts, and this book takes us there unlike many sci-fi stories that can’t–in a human way. For all of us, the stars are our destination.
Category: Science Fiction
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“Overall it was a great experience! I was forced to stretch my vocal chords on many occasions to do multiple voices, which was fun and an interesting challenge. The entire process was frustrating at times, but only because I was learning the best process as I go.”
His soft voice, she remembered that he had whispered “I will return.” But that seemed so long ago. While the two moons, Tau and Zeta, moved ever closer in a dark sky, she waited and watched each night, and she felt even further distanced. There had been no message. -M. Duda
The Branches of Time is a fantasy rippling in a storming sexual undertow. Magical mayhem and physical conflict crash down on the main characters from the very start of the book. The plot ebbs and flows quickly. So be prepared.
While searching the shelves of a local video store, I chanced upon the Daimajin boxed DVD set (Daimajin, Wrath of Daimajin, and Return of Daimajin). I’m a moth drawn to unusual or older Japanese movies, a viewer that just can’t keep his eyes off the light of the television once the intro rolls onto the
Since I’ve already had my say about why the Hard Science Fiction label is a misnomer (see my article titled Fantasy Fans’ Sci-Fi Ain’t Sci-Fi), I have decided to share some work by Isaac Asimov, a writer some consider to be a master of science fiction and fantasy.
Ray Bradbury’s works are some of my greatest inspirations. Probably best known for Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles, his speculative fiction career spanned for more than sixty years. But his efforts reach far beyond my interest and before my time, his influence affecting many artists, writers, and others.