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World Destroyer

"From the rooftop, he visually scanned for radiation." © 2017 Kecia Sparlin; 100 words

Working the Crowd

"The bloodsuckers never bothered her. " ©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 199 words

A Girl has Limits

"Sure, the variety of aliens on any given night was a colorful blur." © 2017 Kecia Sparlin; 297 words

Edge of Extinction

"Finally, the Solar Spacefleet had shot down a bugship on Mars..." ©2017 Kecia Sparlin

Maybe on Xerope

"Even his tail was limp and dragged on the floor." ©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 93 words

Tactical Destroyed

"Simultaneous with the blast, his link had gone silent."©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 100 words

Shades of Blue

"Tragic images quickened her pulse." ©2017 Kecia Sparlin; 99 words

Kinks in the System

©2017 Kecia Sparlin

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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