Farther Stars Than These!

July 21, 2012 at 2:54 am (Science Fiction)

Farther Stars Than These is the latest of five in magazines edited and maintained by science fiction author E.S. Wynn. Publishing new flash-length science fiction every Thursday, Farther Stars provides a platform for both new and established authors to reach readers based solely on the merit of each individual piece of writing and not on deadlines, reputation, age or any other factor. Farther Stars Than These endeavors to give unheard authors the voices they deserve, all while providing a constant dose of quality science fiction for readers all over the globe.

Writers wanted! Check out Farther Stars Than These Submission Guidelines

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MINERVA

July 14, 2012 at 5:20 am (Science Fiction)

Jonesing to get your hands on E.S. Wynn‘s groundbreaking “Lightning Novel” but don’t want to shell out the cash until you know what the hype is all about? Make a stop on over at Feedbooks, where Thunderune Publishing is offering just enough of the book to get you hooked– available in EPUB, PDF and other popular formats, for FREE. Check it out, and witness this new sensation for yourself!

MINERVA: PREVIEW EDITION
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Front Lines

July 23, 2008 at 4:56 pm (Science Fiction)

This little anthology, edited by Denise Little, jumped out at me last time I ended up wandering around Barnes and Noble, looking for something a little different to read. I couldn’t help it– the cover just snagged me. Two star-fighter looking ships cruising over dramatic and cloud-greyed urban sky with some magenta-clad reporter-type standing there looking at them. I figured hey, what the heck, right? It’s been a long time since I’ve read any military sci-fi, and this book promises 21 all new installments of it!… Read More

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Beyond The Safe Zone

July 23, 2008 at 4:43 pm (Science Fiction)

I picked this little gem up at my favorite bookstore when it went out of business. *sniff* All that aside, I have to say that I haven’t read anything quite like this before. It was wierd, but in a good way, which made it really interesting, though most of it was about as solid and real-feeling as a hypnotically-induced acid trip… Read More

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Robert A Heinlein’s Starship Troopers

July 23, 2008 at 4:38 pm (Science Fiction)

When people say the name: “Starship Troopers,” the first thing that often comes to mind is the 1997 B movie directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Casper Van Dein as the intrepid hero Johnny Rico. It’s one of those films, you either love it or you hate it– I can’t speak for everyone, but I think you have to be in a certain mood (or mindset) to enjoy a movie filled with angry, yelling soldiers and drill instructors.

The book, however, was alot more interesting and appeals to a much larger audience (in my opinion). It’s philosophical, it’s gritty, it’s realRead More

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