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Space Opera Examples Part 2

2. Perry Rhodan This is seen as the best-known science fiction series of all time, accounting for more than 2 billion (not a typo) copies sold since its premiere in the 1960s, first creating a buzz in Germany, then being translated worldwide, but not ultimately succeeding in America in English. It was originally published in […]

8 Important Steps I Follow to Write a Book a Year

I haven’t yet succeeded in doing this, but it’s worth my consideration. This is my first Guest Post as well, and it needed some editing: I have few business ventures that are as rewarding as writing a book. Please don’t interpret that in financial terms; most any business author will tell you that getting rich […]

Reading Writing Books

Some people are puzzled by this: I am a writer, yet I still get books aimed at new writers like ones about plot structure, or creating characters, or on dialogue, and so on. Some books just make sense; I’m self-publishing on the Kindle, so I’m reading many books about that. In a  few months, I won’t […]

Science Fiction vs Science Fantasy

There’s a difference between these two genres, and it’s a difference that I learn more every day. I called myself a science fiction writer, but I’m really the latter.   They share a similarity, in that their original genesis is a basis in scientific concepts — but that’s where they diverge. Good stories are the […]

Steampunk list

Here are references to get you into the genre: Books http://steampunkworkshop.com/nine-novels-defined-steampunk/ Games – Video Only https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Steampunk_video_games All Games – Roleplaying Too http://steampunk.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Steampunk_Games This list includes Space: 1899. The original game is out of print, but I took part in a Kickstarter for the new version. Contact the project runners to find out if you can […]

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