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Sci-fi Romance
started by CailinBriste

For those who read, write, publish, and love science fiction romance. Let's go beyond the promotional blitz to what moves us to read and write this genre of romance fiction.  Our community helps filter through each submission before it reaches our group’s feed, ensuring focus on only relevant and high quality posts. As the group founder, I hope to avoid the regular round of book promos. Blurbs, cover reveals, new releases of individual titles, excerpts will over run this group if we pass them through. Author interviews, posts that get into the nitty gritty of how an author went about world building are much more interesting and more likely to snare regular sci-fi readers or romance readers into trying sci-fi romance. Thanks. And I love all the involvement right from the start! 

Why The Chronicles of St. Mary’s is as Good as (Maybe Better Than) Doctor Who
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Excerpt from A Trail Through Time: The Chronicles of St. Mary’s Book Four by Jodi Taylor: Prologue And once again, I …

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Lisa Pugh, Author of Unexpected Danger – Guest Post With Excerpt
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Please welcome my guest – author Lisa Pugh.  Lisa has a brand new book that was release last week – …

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New Release AYDARR Starts My New

I’m happy to announce my latest new release, Aydarr: A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel, which is book one in my new Sectors New Allies Series. Writing an actual series is a new experience for me, but each book has a Happy for Now ending, no cliffhangers! There is an overarching series plot, however. I’m busy working on book two now, Mateer, which I expect to release in mid January.

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Once Upon a Space Station
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Ah, I always love a great space station, don't you?Up until now, humankind has been a neophyte in the art of building space stations. Our most ambitious project to date, the ISS--International Space Station--is the most recent of several orbiting platforms, including Skylab (1973-79) and the Russian Mir (1986-2001), the first modular space station. In 1983, in a partnership with the European Space Agency, NASA began to launch a series of Spacelab modules, that were eventually connecte... spacefreighters.blogspot.co...
Watching For Trends To Write To Market by @vscotttheauthor

by Veronica ScottWouldn’t it be nice to be able to look into the future and know what the hot trends were going to be in the scifi romance field? Especially if you were trying to write to market?
I do a New Releases report every week on my blog, and have been doing it for well over a year now, and through that lens I can kind of see the trends as they develop, if not in advance.  Because of the sheer volume of new releases I look at in three genres every wee...
Setting the Scene
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For over a year now I've been struggling with edits on a couple of novellas. I'm not sure why. By this stage - after seven years involved in publishing and 17 titles released - you'd think it would be easy.
But just lately, I've been trying to do the last few fixes on Reunion - a novella set directly after Keir and before Keir's Fall that I'd planned to release 18 months ago. Normally I have a rule of music for writing, silence for editing, but my addiction to music has meant I'm rarely un... spacefreighters.blogspot.co...
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As always, I recommend sampling before you buy! I have not read most of the new releases listed (although I always end up one-clicking a bunch as I prepare these posts LOL).


I HAVE A NEW RELEASE! AND IT’S THE START OF A NEW SERIES! OK, sorry to shout LOL, but I’m excited.


Rescuing Prince Charming (Alien Contact for Idiots,
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Review by KJ Van Houten About Rescuing Prince Charming She’s no heroine. He’s no Prince Charming. Dusty Johnson, a self-styled …

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The Greater Good depends on your point of view
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Ever since I wrote Eye of the Mother, I had in mind that the couple in that book deserved another story. Brent Walker was still a nice guy – but he wasn’t ordinary anymore. And Tian ...
Meet Chris Stock, New Judge for 2017
We're very pleased to welcome Chris Stock to our team of judges for the 2017 SFR Galaxy Awards. Chris is a great supporter of science fiction romance and has included references to SFR in her magazine articles. Here's a little more about her.