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Genres of Literature – Science Fiction

Originally posted on Mandy Eve-Barnett's Official Blog:
Science Fiction is a story based on the impact of potential science, either actual or imagined. It is one of the genres of literature that is set in the future or on other…

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Day 11: Today’s Writing Song

Today’s Writing Song returns with song 11, Phasors on Stun by FM, which may please the sci-fi and Trekkie crowd. I didn’t hear this song until 1982, although it apparently came out in 1979. I was introduced to it in … Continue reading

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Day 2: Today’s Writing Song

Today’s inspirational song is Ashes of Eden by Breaking Benjamin. The video is as compelling as the song itself. I only watch a handful of music videos regularly (as opposed to the hundreds of songs I listen to) and this … Continue reading

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Please Welcome My Newest NaNo Buddy!

Words in the Dark: Post 5 My new NaNoWriMo “Writing Buddy” this year is Leslie Hodgins, who is writing REBEL DESTINY. On the second day of the contest, she already had double my word count, securing 4,800 words–well above the … Continue reading

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Interview with Leslie Sanches Hodgins, Author and RMT

I am happy to have Leslie Hodgins as my guest today. Thank you, Leslie, for joining me on my website. Leslie, can you tell us about yourself and your background? What do you currently do outside of writing? I am … Continue reading

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Dystopian Fiction: A View on This Popular Genre

It is written that utopia is boring to readers, that we are not wired to read about no conflict (how about goals?), and that a perfect world is so unachievable there is no point in writing about it. True, but … Continue reading

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