Steampunk and The Science of Magic

This post is courtesy of Ravven. “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Clarke’s Third Law As most of you probably know, it is quite easy to get sidetracked when writing. The internet is one of the main culprits, and although much of the wasted writing time is attributable to Twitter or cat…

Jason S. Walters Explores Down Syndrome in Fiction

Hey guys! Another Tomorrow Comes Media tour for your reading pleasure. This time I have the wonderful Jason S. Walters on the blog talking about how one person’s book about his life with Down syndrome helped Jason to structure his own science fiction novel, Nakba, featuring not one but two characters living with Down syndrome.…

[Guest] Are Men Obselete?

Allow me to introduce Lance Erlick, author of YA Sci-Fi The Rebel Within. When Lance first got in touch with the premise: “Are men obselete?” I was intrigued and wanted to hear more about how this relates to Lance’s book. So here we have the result of that curiosity. Are Men Obsolete? “The Rebel Within”…

Cover Reveal: Disconnect by Imran Siddiq

When I saw where this guy was from (my home city), I absolutely had to join in the cover reveal for this fab sounding novel. Disconnect (Divided Worlds Trilogy, #1) by Imran Siddiq – YA Science Fiction Publication date: February 22nd 2013 “In space, love has boundaries.” Dirtying fingernails in sewers is fast approaching worthlessness for Zachary, a…

Guest Post: Heaven 2.0

Having been born in the 28th century, Mike Kepler never believed in the existence of Heaven or Hell. The myths of the old faiths had been abandoned and replaced with the teachings of The Church many centuries earlier. The young physicist is shocked to learn that there is an afterlife when he is recruited by…