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Let’s Jump Into Hyperspace | The Intergalictic Book Tag | #SciFiMonth

Because of circumstances I haven’t had much head space to figure out a lot of lists or discussion posts for Sci Fi Month. So when Tammy from Books, Bones and Buffy posted this tag, I knew I had to give a few answers myself as an addition to my Sci Fi Month posting. I’ve seen… Continue reading Let’s Jump Into Hyperspace | The Intergalictic Book Tag | #SciFiMonth

top ten tuesday

Six Sci-Fi Short Stories | One Small Step | #TopTenTuesday 362 | #SciFiMonth

Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is holding a a thankful freebie this week and Sci-Fi Month asks us to talk about short stories. So that works out because I am always super thankful for short stories. So let us jump in. The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells “And in… Continue reading Six Sci-Fi Short Stories | One Small Step | #TopTenTuesday 362 | #SciFiMonth

Guest Post

What the writing process looks like for a fantasy series versus a stand alone book | Guest Post by Dr. Mucci

Hello everyone, today it is time for another guest post on this blog. This time I am welcoming Dr. Mucci who recently released Ignatius and the Battle at Dinas Affaron. It is the second book to his YA fantasy series that he started writing during the covid period. He was actually working full time in… Continue reading What the writing process looks like for a fantasy series versus a stand alone book | Guest Post by Dr. Mucci

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10 Sci-Fi Series I Need to Catch Up On | #TopTenTuesday 367 | #SciFiMonth

We are already at the half way point of the tenth Sci-Fi Month. Can you believe it! This week I wasn’t feeling the top ten prompt from Sci-Fi Month nor Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). So I decided to return to last weeks TTT’s prompt of series one still… Continue reading 10 Sci-Fi Series I Need to Catch Up On | #TopTenTuesday 367 | #SciFiMonth

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Turn Back Time | 5 Time Travel Books | #TopTenTuesday 360 | #SciFiMonth

Many genres have reoccuring themes and subjects that are (mostly) unique to them. One of them for science-fiction is of course Time Travel. Time travel will always take on our imagination. The abbility to go back in time and vist our history, to change our past mistakes and change the course of our world (hello,… Continue reading Turn Back Time | 5 Time Travel Books | #TopTenTuesday 360 | #SciFiMonth