Monthly Archives: June 2016

Asking the big questions…


Science Fiction is about asking the big questions. Back in 1970, Arthur C Clarke said “One of the biggest roles of science fiction is to prepare people to accept the future without pain and to encourage a flexibility of mind. Politicians should read science fiction, not westerns and detective stories.”

My latest story, “Well Enough Alone“, at Shoreline of Infinity, tackles right-to-die issues head on. It’s got humor and lightheartedness but, please, pour yourself a stiff coffee before you read it.


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The Future is Here!

Futuristica Final Cover

My latest story appears in Futuristica, a new anthology series. So what is “Futuristica”?:
•Stories that are women positive, sex positive, and science positive
•Fiction that explores potential future scenarios, scientific fantasy, or emerging technology
•Suitable for an audience with a wide range of ages and backgrounds
•Prominent multicultural thematics
•Plot lines that emphasize character development
•Earth and Near Earth settings

In “End of My Rope”, a wannabe spaceship captain deals with aliens, escaped live cargo, and her own insecurities.

Order a copy today!

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