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Watch the skies, folks.
New releases in favorite romance genres
Tools and Apps beyond the keyboard
That Only A Mother, by Judith Merrill, may have been the first SF Romance story about mothers. Here are some other, more contemporary takes.
Get your romance on!
Metaphors for adding new material into a work in progress
My mom used to call Harlequin Romance novels "beach reads". These? I think you have to go to Zegema Beach for them to qualify.
"I wish I were a fireball...Romantic Musicals in space
An interview with M.G. Herron, author of the noir detective - pulp SF thriller Culture Shock
Watching foreign productions brings with it some unexpected differences
Wow. What's your preferred flavor of alien heart throb?
I’m intensely grateful for this opportunity to write and sell my books now and for me, indie publishing is the way to go.
New releases from Amanda Bouchet, Ruby Dixon, Sue Mercury, Ella Maven, Aurelia Skye, SJ Sanders, Charmaine Ross
Do you set aside time for it each day? How do you decide what to read next?
The cyborgs just keep on coming....
How do you budget on the un-even income of a writer?
as reassuring as fiction can be, we all live in the real world and must protect ourselves and our loved ones and everyone else as best we can
Tropes. Can't live without them, can't kill them.
Galactic Gladiators! What more do you need? (What else have you got to do?)
Books, comics, games, television: There's so much to do during lockdown, you may be paralyzed by choice
Where have all the hairy-chested cyborgs gone?
During the pandemic, reading or watching stories of similar, but fictional situations can be helpful if you’re of a sci-fi mindset.
Oh what the heck! We're all confined indoors, go ahead and get hot and bothered!
Now more than ever we need serious reading distractions. Here are some serious suggestions.
Murder mysteries. Perhaps reading or watching one can sublimate your desire to commit the real act
Inspired by experience in the Coast Guard, this milSF novel is explored with an interview with the author
You've probably got time to get hot and bothered now!
Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is: "The most difficult scene you ever wrote and why." If I have a scene that for...
Half of the earth's population has been wiped out. Impossible to predict or stop, the Gamma Ray Burst tore through the Earth like a bullet, its radiation wave killing hundreds of millions and the aftereffects ensuring the deaths of billions more.
time travel, steampunk, paranormal cozy romances and more