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I’ve taken a break from the gale-force winds buffetting our tent (we’ve got good pegs and guys — no problem) to borrow a kind person’s computer to tell you the final part of the Summer Splash Blog Hop puzzle… where … Continue reading
I was absolutely delighted when the doctor offered to write a guest post about time travel. No, not the Doctor, but fellow author of time travel novels, Doctor Ann Nyland, who also offered two copies of her time travel novel, … Continue reading
I’ve sent out copies to the winners of Stephen Baxter’s new book: Last and First Contacts. Thanks for entering and enjoy your books: James Kelker Jovid52 Mike Louks A.B.R. Rob Evans Astronomer72 If you haven’t received anything, entered but didn’t … Continue reading
Science fiction (and alternate history) author, Stephen Baxter, has a flurry of book releases at the moment: The Science of Avatar, The Long Earth (in collaboration with Terry Pratchet) and the Doctor Who book, The Wheel of Ice (a Patrick Troughton-era … Continue reading
Sci Your Fi is running an interview with me this week, and as a bonus we’ve teamed up to give away 15 eBooks of my time travel adventure, The Reality War. Better hurry… Talking of which, the second (and final) … Continue reading