Welcome back to my monthly look at what’s new in the world of sci-fi and science books. Here’s an interesting … More New sci-fi and science reads for September 2019
All articles by David M. Kelly
Time travel is a staple in science fiction, with a rich history from the very earliest days of the genre’s … More Time Travel Top Ten
When I started my Joe Ballen series, I had no concept of writing a sequel as such. The book was … More Using Scrivener for a Series Bible
I’ve mentioned before that one of my earliest memories was being allowed to stay up to watch the Apollo 11 … More One small step…
Welcome back to my monthly look at what’s new in the world of sci-fi and science. Most of these are … More New sci-fi and science reads for July
I’ve mentioned before that I am not a fan of the Googlespy. The company offers so much for “free” and … More A Brave New World (Wide Web Browser)
Sudbury is a pretty cool place to live if you like science and cosmological mysteries (and it’s very cool in … More Discover the secret link between neutrino research and Iron Man
Lots of sci-fi to choose from this month, especially if you’re into near-future settings, virtual reality, and thrillers or mysteries. … More New sci-fi and science reads for June
Transformation Protocol: Joe Ballen, Book Three is officially released today, and I’m so excited, I’m not just having a launch … More Welcome to Transformation Protocol Launch Week!
It’s almost here! Transformation Protocol: Joe Ballen, book three will be released on June 4, with the official launch event … More How to grab your copy of Joe Ballen book three
Are you looking for fame? Want to take a big slice of that Hollywood lifestyle? Looking to see your name … More Do you have star potential?
Last week China announced its intention to establish a base on the Moon within ten years. Exciting news for sure, … More Lunacy-Back In Style!
I’ve posted before about my favorite summer writing spot–a screened-in area on our deck that’s a wonderful sun-trap in the … More Getting my writers retreat ready for summer
It’s well known that the musical score can make or break a movie or TV show, whether it’s a rom-com … More The Sound of Sci-fi : My Top Ten soundtracks
My connection to the great Sherlock started at an early age when I got my hands on “The Adventures of … More For the Love of Sherlock
If you’re like me, you’re probably always looking for something new to read, so here’s a quick roundup of sci-fi … More New sci-fi and science reads for April
There’s so much space-related news these days that it’s hard to know which way to look sometimes. After decades of … More Space Tourist? Should I stay or should I go?
We all know that feeling. You’ve reached the end–the end of the book that was so good you rationed the … More How to find your next great read
I run some fairly wide-ranging ad-blockers on my web browser (UBlock and Privacy Badger on Firefox) in general, and on … More To Block, Or Not To Block
I’ve mentioned before that one of my earliest memories was being allowed to watch the first moon landing, and how … More Memories Of A Misspent Youth
It’s that time…My latest novel is now in the hands of my stern and exacting editor (Hi Michelle!) which is … More Joe Ballen, Book 3 Cover Reveal
Everyone knows that the new year starts on January the 1st, often a somewhat bleary day in a lot of … More Why New Year’s Day is wrong
When I was younger on family vacations with my siblings, you could guarantee that within an hour of setting off, … More Are we there yet? (Or why the Moon is closer than Toronto!)
Astronomers have struggled with the definition of a planet for several years now, and the debate resulted in the controversial … More What makes a planet?
If you can imagine two astronomy research teams having a hypothetical conversation then one of them might go something like … More What you need to know about the awe-inspiring New Horizons project