Reaching the stars is no problem at 0.2C Just use fusion power, with an antimatter boost. Check out how they got there in #TheTauCetiDiversion @ChrisMcMahon111 check it out on Amazon!
#WordWednesday // Wow! A word with a real punch! Use it in some dialogue today! Invidious (adjective): Tending to rouse ill will, animosity, or resentment; Offensive and unfair; Envious (archaic).
#WordWednesday // Great word to use in historical fiction Imprecation (noun): The act of imprecating; a curse.
The moon is slipping away from us
. . . and fiddling with Spotify:)
Try some Near Future SF! With the crew dead, and the starship’s fusion drive held back from a lethal explosion, Karic and the surviving officers reach a habitable planet – the last thing they expected was to find it already occupied . . . #TheTauCetiDiversion @ChrisMcMahon111 #ScienceFiction #NearFuture Check it out on Amazon!
Try some Near Future SF! With the crew dead, and the starship’s fusion drive held back from a lethal explosion, Karic and the surviving officers reach a habitable planet – the last thing they expected was to find it already occupied . . . #TheTauCetiDiversion @ChrisMcMahon111 #ScienceFiction #NearFuture https://amzn.to/2k8k1Vx
Did you feel that? Well probably not, but believe it or not, the Earth wobbles all the time as it spins on its axis — that imaginary line that passes through the North and South Poles. That wobble causes that “spin axis” to shift. Over a century it’s moved about 10 cm per year. Scientists […]
One the most exciting things to happen over the Christmas and New Year break was that I can across some great new epic fantasy. A new author discovery for me! Miles Cameron’s The Red Knight. I could not say that Cameron is necessarily a new author. Cameron, who also writes under the pen name of […]
I hope everyone had a great Christmas, and Santa brought you what you wanted. Heading toward the end of the year, I thought I would reflect on the most interesting Fantasy of the Year. My overall favourite read would have to go to Ryhming Rings, the surprise posthumous publication by my all-time favourite writer David […]