Is Sci-fi missing something?

A friend linked me this article about the squeamish hesitance of writers to call their books sci-fi, and the reputation sci-fi has for being cheap or base entertainment. Some of this rings true for me, too, even as a (ex?) sci-fi fan and writer myself. Their example of Faber is accurate. I remember when I …

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Yes, I’m still reading, just slowly

Here are the books I've read so far this year and my thoughts! I am way behind schedule! The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson: Amazing! I have a much longer post about the book versus the show coming up, so I'm not going to post much here besides 'I loved it!' Sapiens: a …

LD issue #4 and Somniloquy!

Issue four is out! AND we are accepting submissions for issue five, which is our flash fiction issue! Also, our podcast Somniloquy has a new episode coming out this week, and you can currently listen to episodes one and two here! I hope to be posting some more writing of my own soon here as …

Ghostin’ myself

I've been away for a while, not writing. Not writing sucks! I somehow lost the motivation. I say somehow, but I know how. I started to feel that it was pointless to write when nothing will ever come of it. I still sort of feel that way. It's not that I doubt that I'm good …

Jonas David Fiction Fridays #2, The Observer

I'm sure you've heard me mentioning this novella several times over the past year. Well, here it is, published and free for you to read and share! I used Smashwords just for the reason that I can make it free there (Amazon won't let things be free all the time) so please download and read …

Fiction Fridays

I've written a lot of short stories, and done nothing with most of them. The few I've tried to do something with have been eternally rejected. Those that I've posted on other sites have had minimal views because I'm terrible at marketing. Well... one thing I haven't done much of, is posting fiction here. Why? …

Goals for 2019

It's that time of year again, where we all decide to really do the things we want to do. Usually it lasts for a couple months then we fall back into our ruts. That's why it's better for goals to be concrete, realistic, and achievable! Here are some of mine for the next year. Make …