Category Archives: science fiction

Free free free free free! Did I mention the book is free?

I love this cover! Yes, The Red Demon is free. This is Book Four in my Daughters of Persephone series – my homage to the Space Opera. Check it out right here – The Red Demon. There is a reason … Continue reading

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Daughters of Persephone, Book Three, Reborn.

Do you believe in reincarnation or the transmigration of souls? I do. Read about it- for free! This one’s my favorite. It’s dark, deep, and angsty. A thousand years have passed since the Empress Aja Bokinan and her consort Kyr … Continue reading

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Herbal Remedies in Your Kitchen and Backyard.

I’ve been watching Outlander religiously and so I have herbal remedies on my brain. I keep wondering– If I were sent back in time, and I had to practice primitive medicine as a healer (I am a registered nurse) — … Continue reading

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I’m jumpin’ on the Lawrence Block bandwagon!

He has the right idea. I just don’t know if I can implement it. He goes into seclusion to write a new book. Wow. He’s so prolific! I could write a whole lotta stuff if I could only put the rest … Continue reading

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What is a Space Opera?

From Wikipedia: Space opera is a subgenre of science fiction that often emphasizes romantic, often melodramatic adventure, set mainly or entirely in outer space, usually involving conflict between opponents possessing advanced abilities, weapons, and other technology. The term has no relation to music … Continue reading

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