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Futuristic Vehicles by Diane Burton

Posted by Guest at Dec 19, 2013 8:30 am in , , , , ,

When I grew up in the Detroit-area, every adult I knew worked in the auto industry. They either made cars or made the parts for the cars. Maybe that’s why Detroiters love their cars. I sure do. I love the sleekness of the Corvette, but practicality (and budget) dictates a Chevy. So when I began […]


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What the Heck is Deep Point of View? by Carrie Lofty

Posted by Guest at Jun 12, 2012 7:30 am in , , , , , , , , , ,

So often when receiving critiques from peers, editors or agents, the subject of “deep point of view” can rear its head. What, exactly, does that entail? How can we add depth to characters–and therefore depth to our stories–by immersing readers into unique, powerful points of view? My upcoming course for FF&P is title “Beyond Research: […]


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THE ZONE by Barbara Karmazin

Posted by Guest at Jul 17, 2008 7:24 pm in

The Zone by Barbara Karmazin to be released 07/18/08, at Changeling Press.Captain Axel needs a med tech in order to stop the authorities on Luma from grounding and impounding his spaceship. When advertisements on the local net fail to secure any prospects, he and his men search the Zone for a new crewmate. Pinned by […]

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What is FF&P?

Posted by Guest at Jun 11, 2008 9:25 pm in , , , , , , , ,

FF&P Authors on Futuristic, Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance: Fantasy Romance: All the sweeping, inventive, complex world-building of genre forefathers/mothers such as Tolkein, McCaffrey and Le Guin but driven hard by complicated, delicious, dangerous and often magical love stories that compel heroes and heroines on epic journeys. Leanna Renee Hieber Futuristic Romance is Science Fiction Romance’s […]

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