Tag Archives: sci fi

Seapunk — forging a new genre


This is purely an experiment in writing. The following is a short fiction piece in which I have attempted to take all things steampunk to sea. Please let me know your thoughts and impressions. No time like now to act … Continue reading

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A Little Chat


Interview with Joshua Dyer Can you give us a brief overview of your latest book? Is it part of a series? Hunter Cell is a sci-fi thriller that focuses on an elite group of secretive government assassins. It is the … Continue reading

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5 Keys To Building A Better Milieu


The milieu, or world, that you create as a writer for your characters plays a critical role in how your story will progress. This becomes even more prevalent when you write in the genres of fantasy and science fiction, but … Continue reading

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A Free Look Inside My New Sci-Fi Thriller


In the heart of the twenty-first century crime does pay, if you’re in the Hunter Cell. Due to overcrowding in the pens and a lack of funds, the whole criminal process has been streamlined. You commit a crime, your file … Continue reading

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Shaygan Now Available!


Shaygan. An ancient word from a long-forgotten world. A word remembered only by a few surviving mages of a disbanded order before the door was sealed for good.In a time when a rogue virus sweeps across Sicon, a son searches … Continue reading

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A Mysterious Government Agency Strikes Again?


The world can be a scary place. http://huntercell.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/mysterious-goevernment-agency-strikes-again/

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A Sneak Peek Inside The Upcoming Epic, Shaygan


Shaygan. An ancient word from a long-forgotten world. A word remembered only by a few surviving mages of a disbanded order before the door was sealed for good. In a time when a rogue virus sweeps across Sicon, a son … Continue reading

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