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Review: Oakfield by David J Rodger

Author – David J Rodger
Published – March 2015

I’ve been making an effort in recent months to read and review books by other Indie and self-pub Authors. 1,207 more words


Review: The Atlantis ship, by A.C. Hadfield 

The Atlantis ship by A.C. Hadfield is a great sci-fi space adventure.

Set in the distant future when humanity has settled among the stars, a mysterious ship keeps attacking outposts. 222 more words

Book Review

A Vigil for Justice: Episode Thirty-Seven

A Vigil for Justice, is a serial thriller fiction novel. Updates of 1,000-1,500 words will be posted every Friday.

Recap: Sixteen-year-old Melanie Craig and her family live in the small Colorado mountain town of Blue River. 1,235 more words


J.J. Abrams breathed new life into a tired franchise when he took the helm of Star Trek. He not only managed to satisfy sci-fi fans, but through slick story telling and passionate and thoughtful direction he gave the Star Trek fans something to get excited about again. 329 more words




While it’s new territory for them, actors Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum loved heading off to space with The Matrix directors Lana and Andy Wachowski for their latest sci-fi jaunt, … 606 more words


Back in Time

Hooray!  Today, the Hubble Telescope celebrates its 25 anniversary!  And what a celebration it should be, and is.  The New York times posted an article today… 433 more words

Science Fiction

Ex Machina

The best film I’ve seen this year is Ex Machina, which ranks near Bladerunner in its story of artificial intelligence creatures and their interactions with humans. 321 more words