The Science in Science Fiction

Each year, the prestigious journal Science lists the best scientific discoveries, drawing up a separate ranking. The editors of the magazine cast their eyes to the future, indicating the areas of greatest scientific interest in the coming years. According to Science, what expects us will have to wait for the “scientific satisfactions” from experiments, large and small, […]

Ethical Author

ETHICAL AUTHOR CODE I’m an Ethical Author A couple of weeks ago the Alliance of Independent Authors announced the establishment of an Ethical Author Code in response to a general concern about the behaviour of some authors, both self-published and traditionally published. Like the vast majority of authors I know, I already follow the principles […]

The Birth of a Novel

A few days ago, I was asked to share the truth about the birth of a novel, my novel. The interviewer suspected that what is narrated in the novel came from real life experiences. She said, “there are things that are difficult to invent.” She’s not wrong. They must be suffered first to become a […]

International Authors’ Day

When I started writing I was too young to think of what I was doing and have moments of reflection on crafting a novel. My Dad received “Astounding Stories” and I wasn’t allowed to read the magazines but they did have astounding covers; I dreamed about them. Based on those covers, I created stories in […]

Scenes, Stages, and Representations

In real life, over-reacting is not kosher. “Don’t make a scene” — we often say whenever things get too emotional. As writers, though, we have to create scenes both off and on paper and root lots of emotions there. In narrative writing, think in terms of scenes like scriptwriters do. While writing, they use location, set, props, movement and characters. […]

A Year in the Making …

Today marks a milestone for me as a person and as a writer. Today I’ll open my heart to you, I’ll show you my doubts, my frustrations, and my dreams, too. An author, a writer, a person, a husband, a father. How many hats do we wear every day? Ah, yes, also a professional, a […]

AUDIO – Indie Author Interview: Massimo Marino "Once Humans" | The Bookcast

SF/Fantasy/Post-Apocalyptic The Rebirth of the Human Race January 29, 2014 Mankind is undergoing rebirth. New arrivals are closely watched by the Selected, the transgenic beings created by the Moirai. New communities thrive with the aliens’ support, and peace and security reign on Eridu, as the planet Earth is now known by the Moirai and in […]

FABULOSITY READS: Chatting to multi Award Winning Author_Massimo Marino: #Interview and #Giveaway

Ladies and gentlemen help me welcome a wonderful writer, scientist and blogger. And I am very proud to also say, member of my fabulous Tour Host Team. One of the things I love about having starting the touring company is the amount of diversely talented people I am coming across, more now than in all […]

Getting personal… with Author Stacy Eaton

Today at Getting Personal… we welcome a special Author Stacy Eaton. Stacy is a full-time law enforcement officer, currently assigned as the department detective. She enjoys crime scene investigation above all else <what else?> and has a passion for putting the pieces together to figure out the crime. <more than the ‘physique du rôle’, Stacy has […]

Scientist is IN

  Will your future technology idea make sense or will make sci-fi die hard fans regurgitate their breakfast? Don’t hesitate. Scientist is IN. I’m a PhD in Physics and a Computer Scientist. I worked 10 years at CERN contributing to smashing those poor particles head-on and analyze their decay products and 8 years with the Lawrence […]

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