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Quantum fiction: Reviews of two new physics novels SCHRODINGER’S GAT and TIME ONE

In the past few months, I was presented with not one but two new indie novels that incorporate hard-core theoretical physics into unconventional stories. Both authors are smart; both authors took chances. For me, one of the books worked. The … Continue reading

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James Rollins (EYE OF GOD) on science in fiction

iO9, an internet hub of SciFi geek fandom, just posted a brilliant essay written by ScienceThriller master James Rollins, author of the wildly popular Sigma Force series (most recent release: EYE OF GOD). In this essay, Rollins talks about how … Continue reading

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ScienceThrillers Bookstore now live!

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

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Creative science writing: MOLE FOR MOLE by Sarah Gianakon

One of my interests at ScienceThrillers.com is the role fiction and creative nonfiction can play in advancing scientific literacy. In other words, can a good story be used to teach science? “Mole for Mole,” a chemistry poem by Sarah Gianakon, … Continue reading

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Creative science writing: RADIATION DAY by Mort Rumberg

One of my interests at ScienceThrillers.com is the role fiction and creative nonfiction can play in advancing scientific literacy. In other words, can a good story be used to teach science? “Radiation Day,” a short story by Mort Rumberg, is … Continue reading

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Creative science writing: HIS MAJESTY XENON by Sarah Gianakon

One of my interests at ScienceThrillers.com is the role fiction and creative nonfiction can play in advancing scientific literacy. In other words, can a good story be used to teach science? “His Majesty Xenon,” a short story by Sarah Gianakon, … Continue reading

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Classic SciFi reviews: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Here at ScienceThrillers.com, I primarily review thrillers (fiction and occasionally nonfiction) with science or medicine in them.  Previously, I’ve discussed how SciThri is different from SciFi (read post What is a Science Thriller?).  This is part of my series of reviews … Continue reading

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PETROPLAGUE microbiology & oil thriller now only $2.99

Ebook price reduced! Petroplague by Amy Rogers is now only $2.99 in all digital formats from your favorite retailer. Who should read Petroplague? Michael Crichton fans Readers who like fact-based science in their fiction People familiar with Los Angeles Anyone … Continue reading

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