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Excerpt from The Whispering Skull by Ed Greenwood

Excerpt from The Whispering Skull by Ed Greenwood

Wolf attacks...strange voices in the night...odd things are happening in this excerpt from Ed Greenwood's new novel, The Whispering Skull. Read More »

Top 10 Young Adult Books You Need To Read By Fall

Top 10 Young Adult Books You Need To Read By Fall

Now that summer is winding down a bit, it's time to start stocking up for winter reading - or - you're TBR pile is just not tall enough! Read More »

Excerpt: The City of Noctividents by Tanya Tynjälä

Excerpt: The City of Noctividents by Tanya Tynjälä

Wriixka awakens one fine crimson sunny morning to discover that she has grown wings. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 16-9

Noticias Literatura 16-9

A new anthology - Adrift on the Sea of ​​Rains and Other Stories - and a series continuation. Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 32

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 32

THE FINALE: “AI is a spectrum. At what point does a machine intelligence become an AGI, a human-equivalent intelligence? The law is cut-and-dried. The science isn’t. The philosophy certainly isn’t." Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 31

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 31

The Superlifters were far below, zooming around the nightside of Venus. They were towing the Nagasaki on what would certainly be its final journey, regardless of whether it succeeded or failed. Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 30

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 30

The impacts were still coming. The asteroid capture pipeline was years long, and couldn’t be stopped. In fact, a near-collision with Botticelli Station was the reason the mass driver scheme had failed first time around. Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 29

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 29

With an average temperature slightly above freezing, Earth-like gravity of 1.1 gees, and a breathable atmosphere, the planet was perfectly suited for human colonization. Or rather, it would have been, if not for the Zergi’i, who happened to live ther... Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 28

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 28

She liked having the head with her. It was, she thought, a benign desire: she had conquered, and this was the proof of that. It was healthy for her to want to dwell on her victory, rather than sinking into some kind of PTSD-induced depression. Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 27

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 27

The sanitation problem was also out of control. Bots from the Cheap Trick (designed for hazardous waste management) tirelessly swept the air in the cathedral, but barely made a dent. Their efficiency, it was fair to say, was degraded by the Galapaji... Read More »

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