It is my pleasure to introduce up and coming author Nicholas Rossis, an avid reader and author of fantasy, science fiction and children’s books here on No Wasted Ink. Please click on and vote for his interview.
William Gibson is not a hacker. He is not an engineer or an apple specialist designing the next hardware leap. Neuromancer is not about technology per se. What is Gibson? An artist that saw the direction that people could be heading and used this knowledge to create a fictional world where humans had an increased dependence on tech, more detachment between people due to constant interaction with machines and a blurring of lines between nations as we all tap into the global inner-world of cyberspace. Click through and vote for this book review of the award winning novel Neuromancer.
C.S. Marks prefers the classic epic tale, told in a slightly more contemporary voice. Her work may be read and enjoyed by all ages and on many levels of complexity, from the superficial action/adventure to the deep, thought-provoking level appreciated by the more serious and introspective reader. Click and vote for this unique fantasy author.
Catherine E. McLean is a veteran science fiction and fantasy author. She explains how Point of View is used in the writing process. Please click and vote for her article.
Robert Mullin is a cryptozoologist who has traveled to Africa three times in search of a living dinosaur. He was featured on an episode of the History Channel’s television show, Monster Quest. Come learn more about this fantasy author and his book "Bid the Gods Arise".
Contact is one of the more popular novels by scientist and author Carl Sagan. Come and explore this contempory science fiction classic and learn more about the man who wrote it.
M.P. McVey is an up and coming fantasy and science fiction author. Please come and learn more about him and his novel, PLOD ON SLEEPLESS GIANT.
Alan Dean Foster’s first original novel is "The Tar-Aiym Krang", It is a light-hearted space opera filled with dead ancient alien civilizations, uncharted worlds and the search for an artifact that could threaten the galaxy. Come learn more about this vintage science fiction classic and the popular author who wrote it.
Carole Ann Moleti lives and works as a nurse-midwife in New York City, thus explaining her fascination with all things paranormal, urban fantasy, and space opera.
When I asked epic fantasy author R. Lee Walsh to describe herself, she said, “Author, Artist and student of the impossible.” I think that this is a good description of how most authors feel about themselves. Come learn more about this young and talented author.