Moon Knight got me thinking about characters with split personalities in fiction. Here are my favorite fractured minds, what makes them compelling, and a short reading list for science fiction/fantasy readers and viewers.
Long have I been inspired by the music of sci-fi films. Ever wondered who wrote those haunting melodies? Or where they draw their inspiration from? Today’s blog is a guest post from science fiction and fantasy author Chris Turner on the most famous music composers in science fiction.
I’m a science fiction writer first, so I’ve been contemplating the best way to get more SF stories onto this blog. I always post snippets from my upcoming novels, of course, but I don’t produce full length books fast enough to keep those snippets running for long. (The next book in my Translocator series won’t […]
Yesterday I finished my part of the sci-fi mystery cowriting novel. *Fist pump* The title is undecided (different than what you see here) and I can’t share much of the concept yet, but we reached 50k and the book is currently being revised by my industrious co-author. All told I’ve probably written 30k manuscript words […]
The Prometheus Project by Steve White (Science fiction, 2005) I loved the cover, so I bought it. More proof that good covers sell books. Never heard of Steve White before, just exploring sci-fi based on artwork and concepts that appeal to me. The Prometheus Project opens with a scene where the newly elected president meets […]
Episode 6 of my dangerous dystopian thriller, Tales of the Republic, came to life yesterday. It’s called Early Warning and it’s the second to last episode in the series. Here’s a little teaser… First, the print cover spread for the print-on-demand version. Then the opening chapter of this episode… This is one of my favorite episodes of the series for […]