Category Archives for science fiction

Quantum physics – Did you know?

In a previous blog post we discussed Transhumanism and AI's. This week we'll be delving into quantum mechanics. Sounds intimidating doesn't it? So much has been written on the topic that I'm still learning

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Transhumanism – What do you know?

Have you heard of Transhumanism? Neither had I until I started writing The Perception Trilogy. Transhumanism is the belief that humankind can develop beyond its present form. In other words, transhumanists

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I’m sponsoring a Kindle Fire Giveaway!

I don't normally post twice on Fridays, but I almost forgot I signed up to sponsor a Kindle Fire Giveaway! You can also grab my book Life is But a Dream for .99. CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ENTER

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Free Book Friday – Percepción (Spanish Edition) by Lee Strauss

Today I'm posting one of my own books that is now available in SPANISH! Whoot! In fact all three books of the Percepton Series are now available in Spanish. So if you or someone you know (please share!)

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Free Book Friday – Seventh Son by A.M. Offenwanger

A.M Offenwanger is a talented author, a good friend and also my editor! For fans of light fantasy and mystery. A great beach read! Cat was ordinary—until the day a blue bowl whirled her off to a magical

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Free Book Friday – I Spy with My Little Eye by Lee Strauss!

I Spy With My Little Eye can be read alone, but is best enjoyed after Gingerbread Man the first book in A Nursery Rhyme Suspense series. I hope you'll grab your copy and sign up for my reader's list!

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Free Book Friday – Open Minds by Susan Kaye Quinn!

Susan and have been in the indie-published trenches for a long time, and I can reassure you that Open Minds is a great book. It's free TODAY ONLY, so make sure to pick up your copy! When everyone reads

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Feels So Good to Be Back…

… in the world of A Nursery Rhyme Suspense.  Since Hickory Dickory Dock I've been working on three other projects, all of which I can put aside now for the most part. I miss Marlow and Sage and

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