An interview with Brian Dorsey – Draxius Lost

EC:  Welcome back Brian!  First off, for those who may not have read Gateway yet, can you give us a brief synopsis? BD:  Gateway is a military space opera that examines how our perspectives on the truth, and to some degree our reality, are formed by the civilization and culture in which we are raised. …

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An Interview With Brian Dorsey. Author of the military science fiction novel, Gateway…

I came across Brian Dorsey quite by accident.  In my early days of twitter, I was checking out the followers of another science fiction writer and happened to see his profile.  After looking at his website and reading a sample of Gateway, I knew that this was a writer I wanted to engage with.  He …

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The War of Alien Aggression… new military science fiction series from A.D. Bloom

"Some of the most realistic dialogue and situations I've come across in military scifi..." - Evan Carter From the author of the fantastic dark-future series, STITCH, as well as popular short stories, The 10-Foot-Tall Marine, Hunting Mr. Old Sack Bones, and Tokyo Newsreel, comes The War of Alien Aggression.  A new military science fiction series that has …

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A.D. Bloom – A Retrospective of Sorts….

I discovered A.D. Bloom in 2012 when I read his STITCH trilogy.  It was one of the first ebooks I had downloaded (onto a now-ancient Sony PRS-350, which has since become a dedicated A.D. Bloom reader). When I read this story, I was stunned.  Not since Brian Aldiss or perhaps T.J. Bass have I read such an …

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Guest blog from author A.D. Bloom…

"Space: Above and Beyond - Necessity is the mother of invention." I've been a fan of the show ever since I stumbled into a broadcast episode way back in '95. There's a lot of reasons I loved that show. And it's not just because it died young and I miss it. That show had great …

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