Category Archives: Science Fiction

The Flash is Superman in disguise

I’m the first to confess – I’m not a comic book aficionado. I haven’t picked up a good Archie comic since I was 12. I’ve never read superhero comics, though I  have to admit, I LOVE the upsurge in superhero television. … Continue reading

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Same plot, different setting

I watched last week’s premiere of Z Nation with some trepidation. I mean, did the world really need another post-apocalyptic television show featuring zombies? I already watch The Walking Dead–need I say anything more?  I was left with mixed feelings … Continue reading

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When did sharing intellectual property become criminal?

About a month ago, I came out with the synopsis of my  next novel, a YA science fiction with time travel, entitled I Was, Am, Will Be Alice.  Here’s the synopsis: After narrowly escaping death in a school shooting, 9 … Continue reading

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Extant casts wide net; may come up empty

It’s Alien. It’s ET. It’s Predator. It’s AI. It’s Extant, and it’s having trouble deciding what it wants to be. [Tweet “#Extant is having trouble deciding which #SciFi sub-#genre it wants to be.”] Extant is the story of astronaut Molly … Continue reading

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