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The Diary: Preface

The diary reproduced in these pages came into my possession in the course of a long-ago expedition of my own, the details of which shall – like this diary – be published after my death. 123 more words

Adventure

Fingerprints of the Gods Review

Graham Hancock has made several important contributions to the field of alternative history. Hancock is a Scottish born ex-journalist. Over the years he worked for various British newspaper as a correspondent. 614 more words

Drew Martin Writes

No, You're Not Going Nuts.

Well, no more than usual. I had the first part of a longer story I called ‘The Queen’s Guard’ here. I just deleted it, and here’s why. 175 more words

Creating Characters

Sky High.

I wrote this last night while I was on a flight back to home. Yes, freaking yourself out by writing a space drama while at 38,000 feet is a great idea. 1,570 more words

Creating Characters

CFP: Sideways in Time: Alternate History and Counterfactual Narratives

Call for Papers

Sideways in Time: Alternate History and Counterfactual Narratives

Essay Collection

Following a highly successful two day international conference on alternate history held at the University of Liverpool and organised in conjunction with Lancaster University, the conference organisers are now seeking to supplement extended conference papers with other work in order to publish an essay collection which represents the diversity and depth of alternate history and counterfactual narrative scholarship. 262 more words

Conferences/Journals

Red Sky in the Morning gets 5/5 stars at RBD Reviews

Reviews by Dayna picked up Bob Atkinson’s new release and gave Red Sky in the Morning top marks. Here’s one of the comments:

The vivid scenes he paints will take you there, where you’ll witness the struggle that could change everything.

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Jupiter Ascending - Tinfoil Film Review

Jupiter Ascending

I loved this movie. Click here to watch.

It was great fun to see this on the big screen.

The sounds scape was amazingly healing. 92 more words

Beata Van Berkom