Thought-Provoking Science Fiction
My favorite quote about science fiction novel writing
"I believe science fiction should encourage people to think. God knows we have enough forms of amusement that discourage or actively prevent rational thought. Even in most of contemporary literature (and a growing percentage of science fiction), the emphasis is on emotional reaction rather than rational thought. Science fiction is the home ground for the thematic novel today; science fiction can and should be for the thinking reader."
—Ben Bova, from The Craft of Writing Science Fiction that Sells
Re-edited and reissued by Wild Rose Press
"Asking the big questions plaguing our society today and always, BIOMASS REWIND is a thrilling deep-space ride that stays with you long after you've finished reading."
What Readers Say:
"Makes you think about the assumptions and judgements we make every day."
"A novel not to be missed."
"Not your usual space opera."
Book 2 in the BIOMASS series:
Zima doesn't want to be a warrior, doesn't want to conquer a planet, and doesn't want to be in charge—but that's exactly what he's asked to do.
Ultimately, Zima must find the strength within himself to hold his team together, sort his emotional challenges, and devise a plan to help Floral's native people—all while surviving the natural threats of a newly discovered planet.
Revision 7: DNA
Time traveling robots, a walking medical experiment turned detective genius, and a kidnapped psychic combine in a story that will get your heart pumping.
Aliens run from the US government, while Neil and Mavra try to protect them. Once the aliens are moved to Area 51, a new plan has to be devised.
Cathedral of Dreams
In Newcity bad feellings are not allowed or your monitoring chip will alert the police to bring you in for treatment. Keith begins to have strange visions that lead him outside to a totally different set of problems.
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