Blog Tour: Russell, the Author of Gavin on the Setting for His New Book

Why I Chose Chicago as a Setting   From the opening scene to the very end, my new book, GAVIN, transports the reader to the heart of Chicago. Because of this, Gavin’s apartment is situated amongst the towering cityscape and
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Writer’s Block: Tales from the Front Lines

This Sunday’s Guest Post is from Joseph Helmreich.  Joseph reached out to Sci-Fi & Scary a few weeks back, and we were more than happy to feature a piece from him. I think lots of people will appreciate this topic. Enjoy!
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Lake Placid: The Reason I like Bad Movies Summed Up in One Film

Editor’s Note: This is the culmination of several excitable dialogues on Twitter about the gloriousness of bad movies. She’s a solid writer, suitably geeky for me to consider a person I want to spend time knowing, and she loves bad movies.
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All About Book Blog Tours

A book blog tour  “allows authors to professionally promote their work without rearranging their schedule. Each tour stop enables authors to gain new readers and social media fans while reaching a worldwide audience.” (from Sage’s Blog Tours) Book blog tours
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We Have Always Been Cyborgs

A short while ago, I wrote a piece called “Prepare to Assimilate: Are Cyborgs in Our Future?” After reading it, S.A. Barton and I were discussing it, and the beginnings of an idea took shape. I ended up asking him
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6 Intergalactic Destinations to Put on Your Cruise Ship Wishlist

Feeling bored by your travel options for 2017? Not inspired enough to make use of your annual leave next year? With the release of Rogue One, we’ve been thinking outside-the-box (or rather, the planet) when it comes to travel. Using
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Translating Books: Get Someone Fluent to Do It!

I became acquainted with Olga after I became a part of Rosie’s Book Review Team. We’ve interacted a few times on Twitter, and I’ve always found her to be approachable and honest. I’ve corresponded with her on good books to
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Putting the Environment in a Fantasy Novel

I’ve loved D.G. Driver’s works for two reasons, but the one I asked her to write about was how she wrote environmental concerns into her fiction. I wanted to know all sorts of things, like what her aim was, and
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The “Science” of Science Fiction

Our second guest post for Sci-Fi month is from Dawn Napier. Dawn is the author of several fantasy books, including the Many Kingdoms series. She has a science fiction book coming out soon, and was happy to contribute to Sci-Fi
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Everything Old is New Again by Michael Drakich

When I was considering guest posts for Science Fiction Month, I knew instantly that I wanted to try to get Michael Drakich, author of I AM. He had done such a fantastic job on his novel that months later it
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