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Machine

★★★★★ Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk goodreads Jennifer Pelland’s website Jennifer Pelland’s Captive Girl (see review), is a slightly disturbing love story between a woman so integrated with machinery that she is effectively disabled and the scientist who needs her to be that … Continue reading

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Codename: Night Witch (The Girls From Alcyone)

★★★★★ Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk goodreads Cary Caffrey’s blog Cary Caffrey’s Codename: Night Witch, published 2015, continues the very enjoyable space opera that started with The Girls From Alcyone and continued with The Machines of Bellatrix. Arguably, Codename: Night Witch, is the … Continue reading

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Dressed in tender flesh

My sister was telling me about a poet she listened to at a live event. The poet said she would speed-read a book and pick out words at random, and then work the words into a poem. I don’t wish … Continue reading

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Skirting the Truth with Alina X

With Alina X, it’s difficult to know where reality stops and imagination starts. Perhaps she’s only a university researcher with an overactive imagination and a risqué dress sense, but it’s not difficult to believe that she’s a sexual adventuress, or … Continue reading

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The Machines of Bellatrix (The Girls From Alcyone)

★★★★☆ Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk goodreads Cary Caffrey’s blog Cary Caffrey’s The Machines of Bellatrix, published 2013, continues the very enjoyable space opera that started with The Girls From Alcyone. Like the first book, this is an addictive adventure full of space … Continue reading

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kiss her and sparks fly

Another collection of haiku twittering from @AlinaMeridon… I have lost a word It used to be in this line Has anyone seen it? swift trusty pencil pen mightier than the sword draughtsman versus scribe treacherous subtext drains through the filter … Continue reading

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Cybersex with Alina X

My friend Alina, who I once accused of being imaginary (and who refuses to provide conclusive evidence to the contrary), has forayed into erotic science fiction for her second publication. ‘It started out as a bit of a sexual fantasy,’ … Continue reading

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