Exclusive Interview: The Chimera Code Author Wayne Santos

 

With a mix of fantasy and cyberpunk sci-fi, you’d expect Wayne Santos’ The Chimera Code (which is out now for Kindle, and will be released in paperback on November 10th) to be influenced by games and anime. But ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: ReV Author Madeline Ashby

 

The idea of using robots to tell a story about slavery is hardly new. But in Madeline Ashby’s Machine Dynasty novels, she does something we don’t see as often: she tells the robot slave tale from the perspective of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Strange Exit Author Parker Peevyhouse

 

The “simulation hypothesis” is a theory that we may actually just be part of an artificial simulation. Think The Matrix if it was the whole universe, not just a big city. But if that’s true, what happens when the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Outside Author Ada Hoffmann

Is religious science fiction a thing? It seems like it should be a thing. I’m making it a thing, and I’m going to start with Ada Hoffmann’s new space opera, The Outside (paperback, Kindle), which isn’t religious ...CONTINUE

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Worst Video Games Of 2018

It’s funny, 2018 wasn’t an especially great year for video games — not the games I like to play, anyway — but it also wasn’t an especially great year for terrible video games. Most of the bad games I played ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Sister Of Darkness Writer R.H. Stavis

Despite what INXS may have insisted, not every single one of us has the devil inside. Which is good news for R.H. Stavis, an exorcist who also works as a screenwriter, and thus doesn’t have time to cast the demons ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Dark Sky Author Mike Brooks

One of my favorite novels from 2016 was Mike Brooks’ sci-fi novel Dark Run. With the sequel, Dark Sky (paperback, digital), now out in the U.S., and a third installment, Dark Deeds (paperback, digital ...CONTINUE

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