Posts Tagged ‘ sci-fi ’

Cosmic Summer Reads

Jun 27th, 2018 | By
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What’s summer without a gripping book to get your teeth sunk in to? Here’s our top 5 summer reads to get you from frazzled to dazzled this holiday season: 600ppm – A Novel of Climate Change by Clarke W. Owens It’s 2051. Global warming has flooded eastern U.S. coastal cities. The West is a waterless

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Where fantasy meets SiFi – The Alkoryn Chronicles series

Jan 16th, 2018 | By

The Alkoryn Chronicles take you to a rich alternative world full of its own animals, vegetation and dynamic landscapes, from jungles and deserts to volcanoes. It is a unique world where its axis only allows the sun to shine on one side, leaving the other side in complete darkness. In this world, there are two

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What if…?

Feb 9th, 2017 | By

Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. Virginia Woolf Do any other two words in the English language hold out such promise and intrigue than these? What if you go left instead of right at the junction? What if you hadn’t gone

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An interview with Andrez Bergen

Jul 27th, 2016 | By

The author of 100 Years of Vicissitude, Small Change and the soon to be released Bullet Gal talks to us about inspiration, character and finding the time to write.   Tell us a little about yourself. My name is Andrez, though Facebook doesn’t recognize ‘Andrez’ as a real name (I kid you not) and you’ll

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Cosmic Egg Books

Jul 6th, 2016 | By

This week we’re taking a closer look at our Cosmic Egg Books imprint. From Fantasy to Horror, via Sci-fi and a spot of Metaphysical Cosmology, Cosmic Egg Books gives readers the chance to escape the real world for a few hours. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of our latest releases…

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An Extract from I, Human

Jun 9th, 2016 | By
Cover of I, Human

We’re living in a world where technology progresses at a rate us humans can barely keep up with. But what happens when we take technology a step too far? In I, Human, neural implants have become commonplace. These implants make users far more intelligent, but they also suppress feelings. Not everyone has embraced this ‘brave

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The opportunities (and pitfalls) of writing Near-Future Science Fiction

Aug 28th, 2014 | By

By William Mitchell – Cosmic Egg. Near-future SF is a difficult genre in which to write, but one with a lot of potential and a lot of appeal. For a start it has a sense of immediacy and relevance that far-future SF lacks; it depicts times a reader could imagine living through, and seeing with

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Creations excerpt

Aug 10th, 2014 | By

By William Mitchell – Cosmic Egg. They needed something else, Max realised, some way of fending off the machines without risking their own survival. Then an idea struck him. In any other circumstances it would have seemed like madness, but looking round he could tell that no one else had any better plans. If they only had minutes to live

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