If black holes are the future of everything why stop there and not push to understand more about what might be within its belly once light can’t escape? … More Black Holes Are The Future of Everything
As his world begins to
crumble, Byron suspects a connection. The storm is about to break, and Byron is caught in the middle… … More Cassa Series on tour with Silverdagger
My journey to publication began because of my passion for nature. In the late 1980s, I became concerned about the impact of rainforest destruction on birdlife and then developed a broader concern for our planet. … More Interview with Nerdy Author, Jill Hedgecock
Creative people check every day to see if they have new reviews, new followers, new buyers. It is our life. Artists live for our art and other people’s joy. … More The Reviews That Make Or Break
A nerd is a person seen as overly intellectual, obsessive, introverted or lacking social skills. Such a person may spend inordinate amounts of time on unpopular, little known, or non-mainstream activities … More ONN Interviewed Author Ariadne Morgena
Seeing as Far Cry 5 was one of the first reviews I did for ONN, it was a no-brainer that I would tackle this review as well. It’s a direct sequel, Far Cry: New Dawn. … More Far Cry: Dawn — The Review
Frankie is a 21st-century computer programmer, turned ufologist when she is approached by the members of the LSS Slicer crew. The starship being commanded by Captain Caldwell. She becomes their most significant asset in the temporal war. … More Frankenstein Book Cover Reveal from the Supra Project
Following observations of a new exoplanet orbiting the star GJ436—30 light years from Earth, astronomers were astonished to conclude that the massive world was composed largely of ice, covered by a thin hydrogen shell. … More Did You Know About Hot Ice?
A.D. Wayne is hosting a giveaway on her Facebook Page! Come by and see it all before your eyes! It is simple and you might enjoy it! Who doesn’t like a chance to win something! … More Logo Reveal Giveaway!
What a fun question! You might not be aware of it, but the Pentagon once schooled its Navy officers in all seven Hynek levels. However, have aliens been visiting us? … More Space Time Magazine Interview Author Scott Azmus
Meteors, also known as shooting stars, are pieces of dust and debris from space that burn up in Earth’s atmosphere, where they can create bright streaks across the night sky. When Earth passes through the dusty trail of a comet or asteroid’s orbit, the many streaks of light in the sky are known as a meteor shower. — Space.com … More Meteors and You
I don’t consider myself a famous science fiction writer. However, the book, Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka did win awards from Readers Favorite and other entities. Reviewers have emphasized its originality, so it is worth reading. … More Space Time Magazine Interview Author Brenda Mohammed
Often when men see women reading, they believe it’s all about romance and no brain or those self-help books. Flash news: This chick doesn’t. I write and read horror, science, science fiction and paranormal. Stereotypes hurt people and even more women who are trying their best to break the mold. … More Writing Sci-Fi When You Have A Vagina
I am fortunate, my brother is an Astronomer, so I am privy to practical answers to most of my questions. For independent research, I try to go to the actual science, and avoid crowd-sourced information! … More Space Time Magazine Interview Author J.A. Stone
For any readers, the audio book for Astraeus will release in April. I will also be at FanX (Utah Comic Con) on April 19th and 20th with the novel, so come stop in and grab a book!
… More Space Time Magazine Interview Author Haley Cavanagh
For science fiction, I’d definitely go with H.G. Wells as the most influential author! I read The Time Machine when I was very young, but even back then it helped me realize how connected we are as humans, and how, despite time or place, there are some inherently sad laws of nature that we cannot seem to escape. … More Space Time Magazine Interview Author Winter Lawrence
Who knows what type of life is out there and the technology they possess. The universe is so vast I have to believe that we are not alone and even if ninety-five percent of UFO sightings can have explanations that still leaves five percent without an explanation. … More Space-Time Interviewed, Author Kelsey Nicole Price
Computers have evolved in the decades I’ve been manipulating the 1s and 0s, and my career moved to machine learning and AI. I became profoundly aware of how the exponential growth of technology has already radically reshaped our society and, more importantly, how much change still awaits. … More Space-Time Interviewed Eric Johannsen
I started with stories when I was eight. I don’t think I connected writing my stories with writing a book ever. I thought about journalism as a career, but it didn’t happen. Instead, I took a path which led me to kids and working, often two jobs, to make ends meet. … More Space-Time Interviewed, Author Eileen Troemel
A volcano is a rupture in the crust of a planetary-mass object, such as Earth, that allows hot lava, volcanic ash, and gases to escape from a magma chamber below the surface. — Wikipedia The Big Island This week I am looking at the recent Kilauea eruption on the Big Island of Hawai’i in 2018. … More Kilauea: Hawai’i on Fire