This week’s Thursday Throng author interview is with James Murdo, author of Siouca Remembers. James was born and still lives in London. He graduated from university with a Masters degree in Physics, which added fuel to his early love of science fiction. Siouca is a member of the advanced Wanderer civilisation; they are coming, but what do they want?
Meet Francis H Powell, the author of Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation. What if the human race was considered irrelevant and then each being was just uploaded then locked away on hard drives called “brain pods?”
This week, I’d like to introduce Steve Bellinger, who discovered Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke and the other masters of classic science fiction. After being hooked by their stories, he began writing everything from newspaper articles, comic strips and radio drama to short stories and fan fiction. The Chronocar is his latest novel.
Elizabeth is not a cyborg, she is human – so begins her biography and it introduces us to someone who lives and breathes science fiction and fantasy. She is the author and illustrator of independent comics and graphic novel series Faminelands and Lure and a comic book series Out for Souls & Cookies! Her first book and the first in this series is called Other Systems published in 2012. The second book in the series is The Light Side of the Moon. She believes the best advice for all aspiring authors and artists is “Believe you have a story worth telling and get to work!”
This week I’d love for you all to welcome Sean C Sousa to the Thursday Throng chair. He is the author The Forever Saga: Flash which was first envisioned as a video game, then a screenplay and finally found it’s voice as a novel. His aim is to change the world, one book at a time, by creating an environment that promotes positive social change.
In this week’s Thursday Throng author interview I have the pleasure of meeting, metaphorically of course, Jim Webster who knows an awful lot about the Tsarina sector, but as he say’s on his blog it’s awfully difficult to get photographs out of it.
This week I’d like to welcome Janet Gogerty to the Thursday Throng. Janet hails from somewhere very local to me, Southbourne-on-Sea in Dorset and was one of the contributors to ‘Dorset Voices’, a compilation of stories from local authors in our area. She’s produced three novels and her work is contained in two anthologies. Her book, Three Ages of Man, is the second in a trilogy that considers what happens when the world around isn’t quite what it seems on the surface.