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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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Science Fiction exploring genetic engineering and infidelity

Science fiction has always been a genre that explores the possibilities of the future, and one of the most fascinating areas of exploration is the field of genetic engineering. In recent years, many science fiction novels have tackled the ethical … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction through the years

Flash fiction is a type of short story that is typically no more than 1,000 words in length. It is often referred to as micro-fiction or sudden fiction, and it is a popular format for writers who want to experiment … Continue reading

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Aliens and their love of humanity

Science fiction has long been fascinated with the idea of extraterrestrial life and the possibility of contact with alien civilizations. In many of these stories, aliens come to Earth and fall in love with humanity, creating unique and often romantic … Continue reading

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A long long time ago I wrote a story about a young man living alone on a distant planet. He was mutated but the only one to survive in his colony. He starts to think he’s going crazy. And he … Continue reading

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