Share with someone…Christmas Eve on Friendship Station An original send-up by Athena Grayson (with apologies to Clement C. Moore, Coca-Cola, and astrophysics) ‘Twas the night before Christmas, all through the space station Not a creature was resting, or taking vacation. The techs shifted cargo from shuttle to ship While inspectors checked mass outside gravity’s grip. […]
You don’t have to leave this world to get great sci-fi romance, or get a chance to win exciting prizes from our little week-long tour of the science fiction romance brigade universe!
Micah has been separated from his captor, but not the neuro-collar that suppresses his psionic talents. His search has led him into the wilds of the rocky, crystal-laced canyons of the moon of Guerre, where he meets an old friend…and discovers a different side of Treska.
What characterizes a space opera dish is that the technology or advancement of civilization acts as a seasoning to the staple ingredients of interpersonal conflicts of the characters.
I couldn’t resist sharing a teaser from “Captivated,” Episode 2 of “Huntress of the Star Empire.”
Time for a mid-season gut-check. What it’s like, serially publishing once a week and what I’ve learned as a writer.
If you’re here via the SFR Station’s blog hop, it’s April Fool’s Day, and the authors of SFR Station are being fools for giveaways! And if you’re not here via the blog hop, you picked a great day to start exploring sci-fi romance!
Share with someone…So I went to see Jupiter Ascending this weekend at the movies, and lemme tellya, it’s crack-tastic in all the ways that push my buttons, and apparently, I’m not alone. For every supposedly “bad” movie that’s out there, you’ll find a legion of fans, and people who truly “got” the movie. Most of […]
“Huntress of the Star Empire” begins a new (ad)venture in storytelling for me.