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Born of Light and Shadow: Half-Breed Angelic and Demonic Characters in Dark Fantasy Novels

Dark fantasy literature is a realm of shadow and mystery where the lines between good and evil blur, and the supernatural reigns supreme. Within this genre, half-breed characters who embody both angelic and demonic traits are captivating figures, representing the … Continue reading

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Angels in Science Fiction and Fantasy: Messengers, Guardians, and Beyond

Angels, celestial beings with ethereal qualities, have long been a source of fascination and inspiration in religious and mythological traditions. In the realms of science fiction and fantasy literature, authors have reimagined angels in diverse and imaginative ways. These celestial … Continue reading

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Unleashing the Darkness: Demons in Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature

I work with a fun friend named Stephanie, she taught me this phrase that’s related to her spiritual beliefs: “It’ll bring the demons.” I’ve been including demons in my books for many years, but after talking with Stephanie, I have … Continue reading

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Angels in Science Fiction and Fantasy: Messengers, Guardians, and Beyond

Angels, celestial beings with ethereal qualities, have long been a source of fascination and inspiration in religious and mythological traditions. In the realms of science fiction and fantasy literature, authors have reimagined angels in diverse and imaginative ways. These celestial … Continue reading

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Beyond Metal and Circuitry: Exploring the Wonders of Robots in Science Fiction and Fantasy Books

Robots have captured our collective imagination for decades, appearing in science fiction and fantasy literature as both companions and adversaries. These fascinating creations have provided a lens through which authors explore the essence of humanity, the ethics of artificial intelligence, … Continue reading

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Exploring the Collective Consciousness: Science Fiction and Fantasy Books that Push the Boundaries

Science fiction and fantasy literature offer a rich tapestry of imaginative worlds and thought-provoking concepts. Among the many themes explored within these genres, the concept of collective consciousness stands out as a captivating and often mind-bending subject. In this blog … Continue reading

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Earth’s Cosmic Journey: The Impact of Collective Consciousness in an Expansive Universe

Ok, I am almost done on this weeks long rant of collective consciousness and it’s connection to writing and space travel. But, I am a graduate of the Dana Scully College of X-Files & Analytical Observation, and I WANT to … Continue reading

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The Collective Consciousness in Science Fiction: Tracing Science Themes Through the Ages

Science fiction, a genre that stretches the boundaries of imagination, has long served as a mirror reflecting our collective hopes, fears, and curiosities about the future and our place in the universe. Over the years, science fiction books have explored … Continue reading

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The Tapestry of Collective Consciousness: Exploring the Overlapping Themes in Writing

Writing is a deeply personal and individual endeavor, with authors pouring their unique thoughts and experiences onto the page. However, within the vast landscape of literature, we often find unexpected overlaps and recurring themes that transcend individual works. This phenomenon … Continue reading

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The Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon: Exploring the Power of Collective Consciousness

Wait… why are we discussing the hundredth monkey phenomenon on a writing blog? I’ll pull it together over the next few weeks, I promise. But as you know, I’m a scientist at heart and analyze lots to bits and pieces … Continue reading

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