I spent most of my childhood reading science fiction books from Star Trek and Star Wars to Isaac Asimov and C.S. Lewis. I have a special fondness for 1930's pulp science fiction when the only limit was your imagination.
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The novelette Questions started out as a short story written in the spur of the moment.
I had come upon an article talking about the chemical, emotional and social reasons for kissing. I ran with the idea and wanted to create a backdrop that provided a good juxtaposition. So the short story was about a child who wanted to know why people kissed. I added three mothers for the child and left the child's gender mostly unknown. As the story progressed, you learned that this was a female humanoid child who was supposed to be emotionless and the mothers were Grays.
Later I took this short story and began to develop it into the novelette it is now. I did research on the Grays and the most common characteristic. I wondered what would hypothetically cause an alien to evolve in this manner and how could it survive?Read more
Are you looking for a Celtic Fantasy novel to read in March in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day? Pangur Ban by Fay Sampson is a delightful and wild middle-grade / young adult novel following the misadventures of a 9th...Read more
I picked up this book thanks to the suggestion of a friend. I want to read more classic fantasy novels and my friend thought it would be a good fit especially since I have an animal like race in my upcoming novel Rise Of The Shadow Lord.