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New Novel – The Spells

The Spells follows the format of a detective novel written in the first person. It is the third novel in a series of sci-fi detective novels written by Toronto author Gary L Morton. These books vary in style. "Cult of the Comet" is a larger

Author Interview: A. R. Silverberry

From Suvudu -  A. R. Silverberry writes fiction for adults and children. His novel, WYNDANO’S CLOAK, won multiple awards, including the Benjamin Franklin Award gold medal for Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction. I’d like to welcome him here on No Wasted Ink. A day in the life

Sci-Fi Encounters: Interview with Rachel Bach

Have you ever picked up the first book of a series only to realize you're loving the characters, the world-building and the plot so much, in every way, that you're going to do virtually nothing else for the next few days but eat, sleep and

Hellhole Inferno Sweepstakes!

Hellhole Inferno is the thrilling conclusion to Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson’s Hellhole trilogy. The people of Hellhole are scrambling to rally against the rogue Xayans that threaten them when Queen Michella is taken hostage by the rogues.


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From BD: Robert Kirkman On Outcast

From Bloody Disgusting - No one could blame “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman if he decided to drop everything and just focused his efforts on continuing to build his zombie empire. He has a number one television show, a chart topping comic book series,

The Realmwalker Chronicles by Lee Aarons

See on - Sci-Fi Talk The Realmwalker Chronicles a four book epic fantasy series by Lee Aarons to be released July 2014 (RT @Artist_Spenn: My Illustration: "Under the Dome" for The Realmwalker Chronicles:   Sci-Fi Talk Official's insight: Might be worth a look See

GUEST BLOG Author Gail Z Martin

See on – Sci-Fi Talk The American fantasy author talks history, urban fantasy and Deadly Curiosities   Sci-Fi Talk Official‘s insight: Great interview with talented writer See on


Novel Preview: I Human

Technology is a major part of our lives: we spend hours on a daily basis using our laptops, smartphones, tablets, and other such gadgets, but there is a much more exciting branch of technology-related research, and that is robotics. Given the rapid technological progress that

British Genre Fiction Hitlist: Early April New Releases

See on – Sci-Fi Talk From the fold of the British Genre Fiction Focus comes the British Genre Fiction Hitlist: your biweekly breakdown of the most notable new releases out of the United Kingdom’s thriving speculative fiction industry.   Sci-Fi Talk Official‘s insight: From