Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #Scifi Inside Out by @ThorneMoore

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Alex. Alex has been reading Inside Out by Thorne Moore I bought my own copy of Inside Out for my review on behalf of Rosie Amber’s review team.? The following is my own, honest opinion. There are some authors that you can trust not to…

And On The Seventh Day I Published: the joys of world-building

All fiction writers have a God complex – they want to be a creator. Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, in which a scientist usurped the role of God by creating a sentient creature. It was intended to be regarded as a shocking blasphemy that could only lead to disaster, but it’s something that fiction writers haveContinue reading “And On The Seventh Day I Published: the joys of world-building”

My Review of Inside Out by Thorne Moore #SciFi #TripofaLifetime #MakeMillions

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
I was given an ARC copy of Inside Out by the author, in return for an honest review. I gave Inside Out 5* out of 5* Book Description: Triton station, Outer Circles headquarters of Ragnox Inc, on the moon of Neptune, is as far as the intrepid can go. It’s…

INSIDE OUT: a journey to the centre of the mind.

My new book, Inside Out, published May 12th, is a book about a journey. It wouldn’t be the first, because journeys have always been more than a means of getting from A to B. Hogwart wizards can apparate, transporting instantly to another place, but that hardly counts. A proper journey is a voyage of discoveryContinue reading “INSIDE OUT: a journey to the centre of the mind.”

Style, Design and the Future

How futuristic does futuristic science fiction have to be? How do we imagine our descendants will be living, five or six generations down the line? Judging from science fiction on films and TV, we do appear to be convinced of one thing – that doors will be a very odd shape in the future. Personally,Continue reading “Style, Design and the Future”

Science and Fiction and Both

There are two sorts of extreme in Science Fiction. Some focus on the science, concentrating on what might feasibly happen within proven possibilities. Others concentrate on the fiction, taking it all closer to sheer fantasy and regarding the laws of physics as a minor irritation to be brushed over. I am somewhere in between. IContinue reading “Science and Fiction and Both”

Past, Present and Future: histfic v scifi

I’ve had six novels published, some contemporary, some historical, and now I’m going mad and publishing a SciFi novel set a couple of centuries in the future. In theory, it should be more of a challenge to write about a time that we know nothing about and situations that may never happen, with people whoContinue reading “Past, Present and Future: histfic v scifi”

Coming Shortly: Inside Out

I write domestic noir, psychological crime and historical mysteries. I have six novels out there (and more on the way), and I think I’ve got the hang of it, so any sane person would stick with it. But instead I am now side-stepping into Science Fiction. Why? Mainly because of Covid-19. The first lock-down ofContinue reading “Coming Shortly: Inside Out”

Quote Unquote

When I included a quotation from the Bible at the start of A Time For Silence, I wrote it without attributing it. I was told I really needed to, so “Ecclesiastes” was added. I suppose I could have attributed it to Pete Seeger instead, but the Bible seemed more appropriate. I was really thinking ofContinue reading “Quote Unquote”