…vel, The Charming Way. You have a chance to win a signed copy of “City of Ruins” at the end of Kristine’s post, so make sure you enter. So, without further ado, please give Kristine a warm welcome. Women in Science Fiction: Andre Norton Kristine Kathryn Rusch By today’s standards, I was an athletic kid. All summer long, I was active. I swam (usually in lakes), rode my bike everywhere, walked when I couldn’t ride, played ball,…

…(winters) and Ohio (summers) – and the Intergalactic Bar & Grille at www.linneasinclair.com. A GLIMMER OF STARLIGHT AT THE END OF THE INTERGALACTIC TUNNEL OF LOVE? Linnea Sinclair I’ve been actively writing in the science fiction romance genre for eleven years now. Not as long as some authors but long enough that I’ve been able to watch for trends, for shifts not only in the fabric of space-time but in the way the genre is perceived…

Marianne de Pierres - Nylon Angel

…rs and rather hard core sci-fi at it’s root. Because of this, although I enjoy it, I have to be in the mood for it and the mood doesn’t come along that frequently. When deciding which book to read for my Women of Science Fiction event, I decided on Nylon Angel and it was this quote that clinched the deal: “A kick-ass girl surviving in an ultra-violent world run by the media… This is a character driven series that should…

…f theories you might like use in stories. I’ve been reading astronomy magazines and bits of my sons’ high school physics texts for years (not that I understand one single equation!), and I’m not too proud to troll the junior science section of the library. A basic understanding of a concept can offer enormous scope to a fertile imagination. In the Sentients of Orion series I wove Chaos theory and Bifurcation theory (a Maths theory) and a fair…

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The Women of Science Fiction Week – Guest Author: Sara Creasy

…American resulted in a second intercontinental move, and she lived in Arizona for five years. She now lives in Melbourne, Australia. Please give a warm welcome to Sara… I’ve never found it quite as easy to fall into a science fiction movie the way I can fall into a book. Maybe because it’s all spelled out on the big screen – when I can see and hear exactly what’s going on, when nothing is left to the imagination, there’s no room for me to…

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…er in the day author Sara Creasy will be guest posting. On Saturday Laura will be reviewing ‘In Enemy Hands’ by K. S. Augustin, then later in the day ‘On My Wishlist‘ will be posted as usual – you are welcome to join in, just stop by and add your direct URL to Mr Linky. Click here for more info. This week will be a special Sci-Fi edition! On Sunday I will be showcasing women science fiction authors. Phew! Sound like…

The Women of Science Fiction Week AUTHOR SHOWCASE Here are some of the authors I have come across while investigating female science fiction writers. I know some may cross over into another genres, but at least one of their books is within the sci-fi genre/subgenres (such as sci-fi romance). I hope you find some new-to-you authors to add to your ever growing wishlists!!! 😀 KATHERINE ALLRED Goodreads Website JUSTINA ROBSON Goodreads Website…

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