Author, cellist and ghost writer is how Spaulder Taylor (Alice McVeigh) describes herself. After a break from writing she’s back with her latest book Last Star Standing. Here she is to tell you a little […]
Tag: predicting the future
The appeal of magic in writing
I’ve read science fiction from an early age and always been enthralled by its possibilities. Even if man can’t visit the stars in person just yet (someday I’m sure we will) we can go there […]
What’s wrong with a nice story?
The prompt for this post was a film I watched recently, Salmon fishing is the Yemen. I knew it had good crits and it’d been on my “to see” list for a long time. From […]
Artificial Intelligence – should we be worried?
There’s a lot in the media at the moment concerning Artificial Intelligence, some hailing it as the next industrial revolution, others as Armageddon waiting to happen. I know science fiction over the years has been […]
What I’ve learnt from 4 years of blogging
Recently a site, The Digital Reader (morning coffee – 1 September 2017) picked up on a blog I wrote in 2014, 7 key things I’ve learnt from a year of blogging. To my pleasant surprise […]