Archive for March, 2017

G.F. Brynn2 years ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 9 (Pt.2)
Chapters 1 - 8 can be read at: Deep Sky Stories
Dr. Williams2 years ago
The Great Energy Coverup
The year was 1885 when trade journals especially in the electrical sciences were predicting free electricity and free energy in the foreseeable future. Incredible discoveries about the nature of elect...
Matt Cates2 years ago
The No-Kidding Coolest Planets in Science Fiction
Warning: This list of coolest science fiction planets will probably offend someone. Odds are 99-to-1 I left off someone’s favorite fiction world, so sorry ‘bout that but please keep the hate to a mini...
Riley Raul Reese2 years ago
Best Dark Fantasy Books You've Never Heard Of
Dark fantasy is a genre that's as addictive as it gets. There's something about the dark, morbid, and twisted allure of these books that gets people hooked instantly. This genre is one filled with vam...
RJ Plant2 years ago
Improving Quality of Life
We're going to focus on Brain-Machine Interface (BMI, also called Brain-Computer Interface, BCI), in relation to how it will help the movement inhibited. I write a good bit on both BMI and tech that h...
Mickey Finn2 years ago
HTC Bolt Review
A couple weeks ago I was out running errands when everyone’s biggest anxiety happened. I unlocked my phone screen and everything froze before going black. Rest in peace, HTC M8 Harmon-Kardon edition. ...
RJ Plant2 years ago
Discovering Power
Science is similar to a good book. You latch on to a subject, you study it, and every time you blink, there’s something new—new research or studies, new medicines, new therapies, new technologies, new...
Brian K. Henry2 years ago
I Was a Teenage Ghost Hunter
Here's a brief excerpt from my Young Adult Paranormal novel I Was a Teenage Ghost Hunter. In this segment, the protagonist, 16-year-old Devin Mulwray, is exploring the old Rousten Manor in the dark wi...
Riley Raul Reese2 years ago
Coolest Sci-Fi Illustrators
If you ask me, no single genre of literature ever really comes close to the aesthetic awesomeness that science fiction does. Sci-fi illustrators seem to have an innate ability to make a book's fantast...
Nick Brown2 years ago
Rewatching... Doctor Who: The Macra Terror – Part 3
Saturday 25 March 1967 Crabs are unlikely creatures to use as an enemy, even in a sci-fi fantasy series. I can only see glimpses, so it's difficult to tell how convincing they are but it's hard to ima...
Nickolas Rudolph2 years ago
Mary sat at the table in the quiet room. The room was a medium sized square with sound absorbing material lining the ceiling and the walls. So quiet, so calm she thought she could feel the hum from th...
Aaron Dennis2 years ago
Part 23 of Beyond the End of the World, Lokians 1
Welcome to Beyond the End of the World. My name is Aaron Dennis, and I will be presenting this published novel to you one chapter at a time. The entire novel is free for download via Barnes and Noble ...
Felicity Harley2 years ago
Excerpt From "The Burning Years"
Peter, my maker, has recently told me, “Inanna, the burning years are about to kick into full throttle.” When I heard this from him, I knew none of the wars and fights and various ideologies and belie...
Rich Monetti2 years ago
“Tapestry” Provides a 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' Lesson on Misperceived Failures
I have a friend who is well placed in the corporate world and pulls down more money than any of my classmates from Plattsburgh. But as he runs in his circles among the well born and highly situated, h...
Kevin Wortman2 years ago
Sera held her head in one hand, elbow resting on the bar, her fingers entwined in her short flaxen hair, almost as if she were about to pull it out. Her eyes spoke of a weary ferocity, all the more st...
M Alan Kazlev2 years ago
The Scale of Hardness in Science Fiction
Some years ago, I had the idea of grading science fiction according to the degree of scientific realism. It was very obvious to me that, for example, the Discovery One spaceship in 2001 A Space Odysse...