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Science Fiction Saturday starts 25th of July

16 Jul

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The Science Fiction Discussion group organized by Jago Constantine has been looking for a new home…and from 25 July that home will be Bookstacks! The discussion group  meets every Saturday at 2.00 p.m. SL time for an hour.

Science Fiction Saturday

Lets you discuss science fiction in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Got something to say about the book you’re reading? Share your insights with us! You’re welcome to come and just listen too!We’ll happily discuss sci fi books, television and movies … but mostly books!

If you think you might come along, bring some thoughts on the last science fiction you read, what you’re reading now, and what you want to read next!

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Posted by on July 16, 2009 in Bookstacks News, events

 

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2 responses to “Science Fiction Saturday starts 25th of July

  1. sf

    July 16, 2009 at 1:58 pm

    I am presenting a new science fiction writer Romualdas Draksas. His new book „Man.The Awakening“ has just been published. Here is a short presentation of the book.

    Man—the galaxy’s most fearsome creature, constructed as a unique war machine, who rose up and escaped from his creators and ended up a captive on a planet inhibiting most of his powers. But what were to happen if Humans again found themselves beyond the limits of their incarcerating planet’s effects, and they regained all of the awesome abilities their creators had given them? In other words, what would it mean if they started the process that the other races of the galaxy referred to as “the awakening”?
    Just as a single rock can suffice to set a lethal avalanche in motion, so can a lone awakened Human be enough to rattle the entire galaxy.
    http://www.Strategicbookpublishing.com

     
  2. Sharon E. Dreyer

    July 16, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    Wow! I wish I didn’t already have a commitment on July 25th! Check out my first and recently released novel, Long Journey to Rneadal. This exciting tale is a romantic action adventure in space and is more about the characters than the technology.