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5 Women Writers Who Have Made Space Opera Their Own

Oh! I want to read this new novel. Loved this article, too. I’ve been a fan of these writers for ages.

Diane Morrison

Image: Photo of C.J. Cherryh in the plane she pilots.

Elizabeth Moon’s new novel Cold Welcome is a sci-fi thriller about a space fleet commander unexpectedly thrown into a life-or-death situation with an untested crew. It’s the first space opera that Moon has written since her Serrano’s Legacy novels wrapped up about a decade ago.

Read the full article at Unbound Worlds.

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A Wrinkle

"A ripe plum, pleading to be plucked." ©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 100 words

The Saga of Tech Xashi and my Breakthrough

"Tech Xashi, I can't wait until you no longer keep me awake at night."©2017 Kecia Sparlin


"Her gaze skimmed broken toys, gaudy parts in states of disassembly and electronic disrepair."©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 100 words

Adept and Adaptive

"...the young people among whom she rode spoke pidgin Russian." (A Pansy Tale)©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 198 words

Sensitive: Twenty-four/Twenty-five

I never saw a star as lovely as the one I saw with Jubilee.

Second Wind

Revising and editing the last few thousand words of The Farmer's Daughter is taking nearly everything I've got in terms of buckling down and grinding it out. I've lived with this thing for nearly a year, so sick of each... Continue Reading →

Sensitive: Twenty-two/Twenty-three

You have an explorer's heart. You should have been a pilot.

Sensitive: Twenty-Twenty-one

If that moral indignity was not to be in vain, I must reach J'ting.

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