Author Interview: Craig Meighan

Craig Meighan was born in Lanarkshire, in central Scotland. Both a keen drummer and a fan of science fiction, he grew up wanting to be either Animal from The Muppets or Douglas Adams. This has led to an unfortunate habit of smashing up his computer at the end of each writing session. With the ambitionContinue reading “Author Interview: Craig Meighan”

Review: Fearless by Allen Stroud

One of the biggest challenges a space-based science fiction will face – in my opinion – is whether the author has done their homework and performed enough research into the realities surrounding humans inhabiting space. I am happy to say that this book has achieved this very well. Within just the first few pages ofContinue reading “Review: Fearless by Allen Stroud”

Review of Children of Artifice by Danie Ware

I was given the privilege of receiving an early copy of Danie Ware’s upcoming novel, Children of Artifice, which is available for pre-order on Amazon. Here is a review I wrote about it. Children of Artifice is one of those novels where, from the very beginning, it is hard to know what to expect (andContinue reading “Review of Children of Artifice by Danie Ware”