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Nike’s tagline “Just Do It” has been a branding triumph. In conjunction with the launch of my publishing imprint ScienceThrillers Media, I’m working on defining the ScienceThrillers brand. Recently I updated the ScienceThrillers.com banner logo that you see at the top of … Continue reading
Just wanted to remind all you science thriller fans that it’s easy to win free books here at ScienceThrillers.com. Remember to regularly visit the Book Giveaways page (click that link or use the menu tab). All books are paper copies … Continue reading
See the new “Bookstore” tab in the ScienceThrillers menu? With help from amazon, ScienceThrillers now offers you a one-stop shop to find the genre’s best titles and authors–and all purchases support this website community. I’ll continue to add sub-categories to … Continue reading
I’m always looking for real-life anecdotes that resemble scenes from a science thriller novel. This week, a news story out of China would make a terrific opening scene. Anybody feel inspired to write a short story starting with this scene? … Continue reading
Too rarely do I get the pleasure of whole-heartedly recommending something I’ve read. Today I’m thrilled to tell my readers you MUST read the just-released short story Floodgate by author and Pulitzer prize winner Matt Richtel. You won’t find a … Continue reading