The Sound of Blue – Short Story Review

Four Science Fiction Stories By Michael Duda
Published on: August 16, 2019

Nice collection of 4 science fiction short stories that while each are unique in their theme, all together they are a cohesive collection. The first one in the book, The Sound of Blue, was awarded Silver Honorable Mention by Writers of the Future, Q2 2019.

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Mass Transit – Short Story Review

by Graeme Ing
Published on: January 17, 2016

In short, Mass Transit is a terrific science fiction short story that hit all the right notes with me. This well crafted story was entertaining as we see a new and different way to handle traffic at Atlanta with an interesting conflict between the protagonist and antagonist that continues to build up to a satisfying conclusion.

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Fractals: (Not An) Aurora Rhapsody Short Story – Review

Amaranthe Short Stories Book 6 by G.S. Jennsen
Published by: February 20, 2019

My first thought after finishing this sci fi story was “What did I just read?” “What just happened?” I kept repeating it to myself to see if it could help sort things out. It did in a way. It told me to go back and re-read a certain section to see if it would help put a few of the missing pieces together again.

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The Whispered Tales of Graves Grove

An Anthology Edited by: J.S. Bailey and Kelsey Keating
Published on: October 10, 2017

In April of 1880, Samuel Graves and his followers arrived in British Columbia, where they established the town known as Graves Grove.  However, most of his followers probably didn’t know that Samuel was dedicating this town a being called Talakoth.  This collection of short stories tells of only some of the events that occurred there.

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Watch for the Lights – Short Story Review

by KBrillWriting on WattPad

I can’t think of any genre better suited for short stories than science fiction.   The endless possibilities of where a story can go are only limited by what the author can think up.  However, I think my personal favorite type of science fiction short story is when there is something eerie and unexplained going on. Watch for the Lights is just one example of this genre and I absolutely loved it.

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