This week, we’re chatting with the two mad geniuses behind the pseudonymous James S.A. Corey: Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. Together, Abraham and Franck write as James S.A. Corey for ‘The Expanse’ series of novels and show on SyFy.Continue Reading
Check out these fantastic LEGO spaceship creations based on the ‘The Expanse’ universe.Continue Reading
To celebrate The UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, GeekMom has 13 of the greatest fictional female scientists who inspire us!Continue Reading
With a new year comes new beginnings, & while we await some of the things this year has to offer there’s nothing better to wait with than a good book.Continue Reading
There is going to be a seventh entry into ‘The Expanse’ series. That is all.Continue Reading
‘Strong female characters’ should be defined not by their physical prowess but by the completeness of said character.Continue Reading
San Diego Comic Con 2016 was my first SDCC in over ten years. And while it was certainly a crazy whirl wind, it actually wasn’t quite as insane as I’d expected it to be.Continue Reading
I tell my kids all the time the world would be a very boring place if everyone were the same. And I truly believe that. They do too.Continue Reading
Do you love your hard science fiction mixed with noir mystery and military action? Then ‘The Expanse’ might be for you.Continue Reading
I’ve watched the first episode of Syfy’s upcoming adaptation of ‘The Expanse’ series of books. I’m a big fan of the books, and my opinion is that if the first episode is any indication, they’re getting it right.Continue Reading
A full trailer for Syfy’s upcoming The Expanse series, based on the beloved books, hearkens back to some classic Babylon 5.Continue Reading
Cibola Burn, the fourth book (of six) in The Expanse series from James S.A. Corey (pen name for authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck) is out.
Scale of 1 to 10? That dial needs to be upgraded to 11.
(Haven’t read the first trilogy? Congrats — you’ve now got four books, averaging about 600 pages each, to add to your reading list.)
One-more-chapter, nail biting tension.
Scoundrel heroes versus law-abiding villains.
Political intrigue that’s not annoying.
Space-travel discussions that don’t bog you down.
Technology that you’ll believe will be available (and needed) in a few hundred years.