“I was writing for me and
I discovered that was the way to go…”
Ray Bradbury, the creator of such classics as Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles, died at the age of 91 on June 5, 2012. A master of fantasy, science fiction, mystery and horror his works had an uncanny way of predicting the future before technology became a household word.
If you are a fan of Ray Bradbury, and even if you aren’t, this priceless video has several confessions important to writers and humans in general.
Stayed tuned to Monday’s blog featuring astrophysicist and geologist, Tom Arnold, for our adventure to the Lost World of volcanoes.
How about you?
In your imagination, what does your Lost World look like?
Got any great ideas for the name of my science fiction blog?
I love hearing from you.
To prove I love hearing from you, for those who share a comment, your name will be placed into THE MAGIC JAR. If you comment and link back to my blog from your blog, your name will be placed in the magic jar twice. On December 29, 2014, my alien friend ( or ghost) (or Walk-In) (or whoever is hanging around at the time) will reach into the jar and pull forth a name. That person can claim one of the following:
2. A $20 gift certificate to Amazon via email.
3. My opinion of the first twenty pages of your novel or novella. (Someone else’s opinion of my writing is something I look for every chance I get. Just thought you might be looking also.)
Skeleton Confession: Pixabay by Nemo
blog post #71 by Science Fiction Author Clara Bush
The Science Fiction Reality blog is a little science, a little fiction, a little about writing, a little real, and a lot of weird.