Tag Archives: science fiction

April 14

Book review: Marika: The Chronicles of Tonath Book 3, by Mari Collier

Marika: The Chronicles of Tonath Book 3, by Mari Collier A continuation of the Silver and the Green scifi story about the planet Tonath and the study of the stars. A wonderful, enjoyable story of trials and sacrifice to overcome great danger and horrible events when the stars shift. The people of Tonath work together […]

April 08

Featured Author Spotlight: B. Roman

Our Feature Author Spotlight on B. Roman International Writers Inspiring Change: Tell us about yourself. “Like many writers my background is somewhat eclectic. I began performing as a jazz/pop vocalist while still a teenager and continue performing a concert or two each year.  Through the years I was always writing in one form or another – […]

April 08

Featured Book: The Chronicles of Tonath (Book 3) by Mari Collier

Tonath is a planet in danger of being torn apart. Only one can inherit the knowledge to one day save the Tonathian people, and her name is Marika. It’s been seventeen years since her father passed.  Coming of age, she inherits a cattle hold, a trust account, and many gifts. One special gift is a […]

February 02

Book review: The Road to Amistad: Sometimes It Takes Losing Everything to Find Yourself, by Ken Dickson

The Road to Amistad: Sometimes It Takes Losing Everything to Find Yourself, by Ken Dickson, reads like an autobiography, and in many ways, it is based on the author’s life. Spiced with some fiction, the story begins with his life in a psychiatric hospital, where Ken’s sudden revelation and new state of awareness has a profound […]

November 30

Writers Inspiring Change Feature Book: Grid Wars, by K.C. Martin

It is the year 2061 and Grid World is now a thriving world with over two hundred thousand people. Paul Wilson was the first visitor to this digital paradise and he has now lived there for thirty years. With the help of those that had followed him Paul has now created a beautiful paradise world […]

November 05

Book review: Primordial Threat by M.A. Rothman

Primordial Threat, by M.A. Rothman, is a pure science fiction thriller, right up there with Asimov. This is a thinker, a story that demands one follow the dots of brilliant science, forced into reality by the collective realization that our world is about to be decimated by an impending asteroid shower and an approaching black […]

November 02

Book review: The Spyglass and The Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton

The Spyglass and the Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton is an enchanting fantasy adventure had by a young girl on summer break. It is filled with exciting travel into another world, a place where she grew to be braver than she ever imagined. Along the way she made lots of new friends, including Goblins and […]

September 27

Feature Book: The Silver and the Green by Mari Collier

What are readers saying … Five Stars “I loved the characters of the two seekers, Brother Amos and Jack Donald who are on an amazing journey. One that takes them from war to love and takes readers into the world of survival as the silver and the green find their way through a new and […]

August 01

Feature Book Review: Caramel: Part 1, by Haji Outlaw

Caramel: Part 1, by Haji Outlaw, is a dystopian sci-fi novel. The story opens with the appearance of a young woman, reminiscent of some Marvel-comic action figure, who suddenly, unexpectedly, demonstrates lethal fighting skills as she ruthlessly annihilates a small gang of men who offer up more ego and brawn than brains. As the story […]

July 06

Book Feature: Witches’ Gambit: Book One of the Seven Worlds, by Charles Freedom Long

“More than science fiction – Witches’ Gambit is a preview of where our world is heading if fundamentalist religion and corrupt politicians continue to divide the human race into illusory camps; and corporate greed continues to fuel a military establishment, a world where fear dominates and where logic, love and science have taken the backseat.”