Sci-Fi Women Interviews: The 2016 Collection free eBook is available!

It warms my heart to see the SciFi Women Interviews feature be in its third year and to be able to release the second free eBook collection. The 2016 collection has once again outstanding guests: Robin Rivera and Heather Jackson Jennifer A. Miller Sally Ember, Ed.D. Diana J. Gordon AmandaRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Lisa M. Collins

For February, I am happy to welcome Lisa M. Collins! I met her thanks to the online writing community, via Twitter and WordPress. It is a pleasure to have Lisa with us today. Lisa M. Collins wants to live in a galaxy where she can vacation on the Moon orRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Christin Gattuso

The series is starting its third year. I am blown away as I had no idea how long it would run when I started it in early 2015! To begin the 2017 edition, I am happy to have Christin Gattuso with us. You may be familiar with the name ifRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Kate M. Colby

To finish this monthly feature’s second year, I am happy to welcome Kate M. Colby as my December guest. I have followed her on Twitter (and on her blog) for a while and am delighted she accepted to be featured on Sci-Fi Women Interviews! Kate M. Colby is an authorRead More…

The Morality Scale in Continuum

While I remain infuriated with its ending, Continuum has been one of my favorite Science Fiction TV shows over the past few years. One of the aspects that grabbed (and kept) my attention most was the matter of morality and ideals. The story’s premise is pretty clear cut, with aRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Tonya R. Moore

Welcome to my guest for November 2016: Tonya R. Moore. I met Tonya either through WordPress or Twitter in the writing and Science Fiction circles in which we both participate. Tonya R. Moore is a Public Safety Professional. By night, she’s a student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Communication.Read More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Alison Berrios

October guest is Alison Berrios, whose work I discovered via the online Star Wars community (I would say Twitter specifically if memory serves well!). I am happy Alison accepted the invitation and I will let her introduce herself! My name is Alison Berrios I am married, and mom to PadawanRead More…

No Need for Alien or Machine to Exterminate Humankind – The 100

Dystopian settings often draw on how humankind experienced a form of apocalypse, throwing the contemporary civilization into turmoil. While it can be caused by machines (whether Skynet in the Terminator franchise or Cyborgs in the shape of the Cylons in Battlestar Galactica) or aliens (Falling Skies), humans can also veryRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Tracy Gardner

September guest for #SciFi Women Interviews is Tracy Gardner! I met her about one or two years ago through the Star Wars online community (I am pretty sure it was thanks to Johnamarie Macias and/or Amanda Ward). I am glad Tracy is with us today. I will let her introduceRead More…

#Scifi Women Interview: Amanda Ward

I am happy to introduce May 2016’s Sci-Fi Women Interviews guest: Amanda Ward. I was lucky to meet her through the Star Wars community a couple of years ago and was grateful when she accepted the invitation to join fellow Star Wars Fangirls and Bloggers previously interviewed for this series.Read More…