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CWG Book Blast: “Infinite Space, Infinite God II,” by Karina Fabian

This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guildie Karina Fabian’s book, INFINITE SPACE, INFINITE GOD II. It is a SOA winner. Teaser: Twelve science fiction stories featuring great adventure with a twist of faith. Summary: Twelve science fiction stories featuring … Continue reading

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Consider, by Kristy Acevedo

Acevedo dazzles with her debut YA, sci-fi novel. Imaginative, insightful and exciting, Consider draws the reader deeper and deeper through a one-way portal to another dimension—her clear and engaging style presents an open invitation to binge reading. Today’s seventeen going … Continue reading

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Testing Liberty, by Theresa Linden

She lies in her darkened cell, alone, cold, hungry and exhausted, awaiting the tortures of the Re-Education Facility. The Regimen Custodia Terra have Liberty 554-062466-84 of Aldonia, exactly where she wants to be. Something of a MacGyver, Liberty becomes more … Continue reading

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Why is a Catholic novelist especially suited to writing dystopian fiction?

Here’s a piece from member and  GUEST POSTER Theresa Linden about a topic that many Catholic writers are not familiar with: Dystopia, no it’s not a place!   KC   Before I wrote my dystopian fiction, Chasing Liberty, I wrote … Continue reading

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Review of Ad Limina by Cyril Jones-Kellet

When considering great novels, Ad Limina comes quickly to my mind. The story is a spectacular display of humanity. The writing was phenomenal; drawing its readers into a futurist world so easily it was almost unnoticeable. The story begins when … Continue reading

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Karina Teaches Worldbuilding – Final Lesson

Over this year, Karina is going to share some of her writing seminars on the blog, with the lessons and references for further study. We’ll be posting these once a month. There’s no assigned homework, but if you have questions, … Continue reading

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Karina Teaches Worldbuilding – Lesson 6

Over this year, Karina is going to share some of her writing seminars on the blog, with the lessons and references for further study. We’ll be posting these once a month. There’s no assigned homework, but if you have questions, … Continue reading

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Karina Teaches Worldbuilding – Lesson 5

Over this year, Karina is going to share some of her writing seminars on the blog, with the lessons and references for further study. We’ll be posting these once a month. There’s no assigned homework, but if you have questions, … Continue reading

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Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes – Teresa Frailey

Some books leave you disappointed, some books you finish with bated breath, and some books you finish with a feeling of satisfaction that it was an enjoyable book which won’t collect dust on the shelf in coming years.   My experience … Continue reading

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Karina Teaches – Lesson 4

Over this year, Karina is going to share some of her writing seminars on the blog, with the lessons and references for further study. We’ll be posting these once a month. There’s no assigned homework, but if you have questions, … Continue reading

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