Last month was CampNaNoWriMo, or Camp National Novel Writing Month, the April event where writers and authors attempt to reach 50,000 words of a novel or another substantial word count. It's considered the lighter version of November's NaNoWriMo. I've talked about my experiences with NaNoWriMo before. While I think attempting to cram 50k of writing … Continue reading Sci-Fi Story Sneak-Peak #2: “No spider ever caught prey without patience.”
Tag: Science Fiction
Book Cover Review: ‘THE MOTHER CODE’ Is Sleek, Simple & Effective
The Mother Code by Carole Stivers has a fantastic cover. It is a great example of how to do book design right and why a minimalistic design beats a complex one. First, let's ask ourselves, what is the premise of The Mother Code? And you might be thinking, "Gee, I don't know, Julia, I haven't … Continue reading Book Cover Review: ‘THE MOTHER CODE’ Is Sleek, Simple & Effective
8 FREE Stories Featuring Spaceships & Astronauts For SciFi Addicts!
Space has long inspired us. Whether it’s been the source of creativity or the object of scientific study, I think it’s safe to say that there hasn’t been a person alive who hasn’t looked up at the night sky in wonder. This is no doubt one of the reasons science fiction is such a popular … Continue reading 8 FREE Stories Featuring Spaceships & Astronauts For SciFi Addicts!
Science Fiction Story Sneak-Peak #1: “Tracking him down had been too easy.”
Here is a snippet from a science fiction story I've been writing this month. Every month I've been endevouring to share a little bit of my writing so I keep on track with my writing goals. Last time, I shared a teaser from a dark fantasy novel. I'm very grateful to everyone who left a … Continue reading Science Fiction Story Sneak-Peak #1: “Tracking him down had been too easy.”
Book Cover Artist Shout-Out: The Cover Art For ‘THE LAST POLICEMAN’ Is Spectacular
Cover by Doogie Horner First, I must say that I love this trilogy. I haven't loved a trilogy of books this much for years. I freaking adored reading these so much that I read them all in the space of a week. The covers are abolutely spectacular as well, with a consistent, clean design throughout. … Continue reading Book Cover Artist Shout-Out: The Cover Art For ‘THE LAST POLICEMAN’ Is Spectacular
‘Click & Scroll’ by Julia H Dixon (Audio Fiction, Length: 4 minutes)
Listen to a free short story by me! Click & Scroll is now in audio. Read by the author.
Book Cover Artist Shout-Out: The Cover Art For ‘FLOOD CHILD’ Embodies Its Concept
Cover by Steve Wells An oldie book with a goldie book cover. It's time to some love to the design of Emily Diamand's Flood Child. This cover is a masterclass in how to show exactly what kind of world the book is inviting you to. A girl in a boat sailing towards a flooded Big … Continue reading Book Cover Artist Shout-Out: The Cover Art For ‘FLOOD CHILD’ Embodies Its Concept
The Best Story Titles You’ve Never Heard (Not Just Books)
Are you struggling to title your novel? Do you admire a great collection of words? Look no further than this list of absolutely fantastic story titles.
My Masked Lady
A supervillain story: In a world full of masked heroes and villains, two enemies meet to negotiate the fate of a stolen child.
Robots Love You Back! – Crazy Stuff I Learnt While Researching My Novel
Welcome to a new series I'm doing called Sh*t I Found Out While Researching My WIP!