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I am pleased to announce the release of my third science thriller novel, The Han Agent. The book has gotten some rave reviews from early readers, and I’m so excited to share this book with you, the ScienceThrillers.com audience, for whom … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I reminded my ScienceThrillers audience about LabLit.com, an extraordinary website and online community whose focus overlaps with ours. LabLit is “dedicated to real laboratory culture and to the portrayal and perceptions of that culture – … Continue reading
Ever wonder if zombies are real? Or how garlic could repel a vampire? Maybe you’d like to ask about the nutritional content of blood, or the infectivity of lycanthropy (werewolf disease). On Tuesday, October 29, 2013, at 5:30 PM Eastern … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com announces its first-ever “Sci with Fi” Writing Contest It’s not science fiction, it’s fictionalized science! WritingContest pdf flyer to share WHY: As a writer, reader, educator, and scholar I’m passionate about science and scientific literacy. Part of what motivates me … Continue reading
Many readers of this blog are both fans and writers of fiction with scientific themes. Today I learned about a British company, Creative Gateway, that is starting an indie e-publishing imprint specializing in what managing director Roy Baldwin calls “SciWithFi”. … Continue reading