Interview with Marco Guarda

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I was born in quite a small town. At age eight, I moved to another small town; however, this had a nice library with a huge science fiction catalog nobody had yet read, except for the librarian. The books were new and I was falling in a new world I never thought could even exist. I owe that librarian a lot (Mr. Cosmo in my "The Librarian" is shaped quite a bit around him, whom I loved dearly.) In the basement of that library I was introduced to almost all the classics -- Bradbury, Simac, Asimov, Heinlein, Wyndham, Clarke (not yet Philip K. Dick -- I discovered him later on.) I can remember the long summers reading about Rama, or the Illustrated Man from Something Wicked This Way Comes, to Asimov's mysteries about robots. I can still picture that kid falling through all that!

I guess the fact that I was never been able to build a stable friendship with friends at an early age pushed me to explore other avenues of entertainment, one of which has certainly been reading.
When did you first start writing?
I used to write small poems since I was eight or nine. I wrote stupid little things for my friends at school even at a later age. I wrote my first nonsense vomit draft (nobody is ever going to see that, I promise you) after a four-month session reading some of Stephen King's early works, from Shining to It, to Cujo, to Pet Sematary, to Carrie (being horror another genre the library was quite stocked up with as well.) But it wasn't until 2005 when I dared write something longer. It all started with another awful piece of writing -- a screenplay. Then I wrote another. And another. And Another. I started to place in a couple of screenwriting competitions, all the while beginning to know how a story should be told (if there ever was one way only.) Credence became a finalist at the Page Awards Competition in 2011, a year after The House of the Sun also placed, in 2010, a year after Etruscan won a bronze in the historical genre. All in all, the two early stories still need a bit of work, while I think Credence hits all the checkmarks for a good story.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I should say my latest book still is Credence Foundation, since I'm now head down into writing novelettes, in the attempt to gain a larger audience and develop a steady writing routine.

Credence is based on what I think is a great premise. What if mass beliefs could change reality? What if mass beliefs could flush spaceships on the other side of the universe? What if, by harnessing those mighty powers, someone was able to commit an impossible crime? What if a hardboiled investigator was tasked with solving the case?

I think it's a great story, told visually in the extreme. I'm sure it will make for a great movie and I hope to see it one day on the silver screen!
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I only sent Credence to one agent, who turned it down. But I had a great deal of experience with screenplay rejections. I spent a couple of years submitting them with little success to agents, managers and producers. It's a task which can wear out even the strongest workhorse, so when I saw the chance of publishing basically for free, I jumped on the indie bandwagon at once.
How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
I'm not much of a marketer or a publicist, but it's quite clear one of the rules to bringing your work in front of readers is exposure and availability. If people can't find your work... I owe so much to Mark, his staff and Smashwords for allowing that.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
To tell the truth, I hate the mechanical part of writing. The physical act of hammering down sentences and rearranging words for maximum readability is a daunting task. Even coming up with a decent story is a painful process. Finding the right opening, an engaging hook, coming up with interesting yet identifiable, human characters who will carry the story to its conclusion, is quite a complicated alchemy. To me, this overly long process offers little pleasure. However, on rare occasions, story, plot, subplots, dialog, theme, symbols, love story, all that comes together and melts into a sublime moment which pulls you out of yourself, out of time and space, and makes you all eyes, mind and emotion, and you are able to elevate yourself to a state of pure revelation -- that's when, hopefully, the fire the author has stolen from the Gods passes on -- to mankind.
What do your fans mean to you?
A fan is different from a reader in that he/she doesn't only read but actively seeks a given author personally, following him through the downs and ups of hardship and glory.

I think every fan is a "seer," someone who is able to enjoy and experience emotionally or rationally something the author first envisioned -- every single one of my fans belongs with me to a netherworld of chance.
What are you working on next?
As I previously said, I'm now working on a series of science fiction novelettes, expanding my reach to readers as much as possible. I'll be hacking away at 13,000 / 15,000 word stories for a while, until I have a decent volume of ideas, variety of sub-genres and themes to stir a whole new generation of thought-provoking storylines, crazy characters, unheard-of situations and engaging worlds.
Who are your favorite authors?
I loved all science fiction authors I met in my youth. From Verne, to H.G. Wells, to Bradbury, to Asimov, to Clarke, to Simak -- but even King, Lewis Carrol, Mary Shelley and Bram Stoker belong on my golden list. They were all giants and they will always be there, for me to look at and to learn from. But I think there is one author I discovered quite late, who WAS science fiction during all his life. The same way the characters at the end of Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 somehow BECOME the books they read, this author was both, undivided reality, dream and all the schizophrenia to be found in between. He was a great, torn thinker. A man with unsurpassed imagination and unparalleled love for mankind. He was a genius and a creator. He was Philip Kindred Dick.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Well, Ray Bradbury reportedly never woke up from his bed until something played in his "theater of the mind" long enough to stir an idea worth writing. Only then would he sit up, throw away the blankets and dash to the typewriter.

As for me, I'm not nearly good enough, of course. It's not inspiration which drives me out of my bed -- it's the realization that without a fight, no story will be pulled out. The sooner I begin, the sooner I can hope to get it alive and kicking in front of my eyes.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
It's hard to believe, but when I'm not writing, my brain never stops whirring, turning inside-out the stories I'm working on at the moment, those which I'm stuck on, as well those which have yet to be put to paper, always trying to make them better, more streamlined, more scary, or thoughtful, or human, or humorous, or crazy.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
Most often that not, the ebooks I read are the same old classic which have now been released in the electronic format.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The very first thing I remember writing was this tiny poem dealing with crickets hiding in the grass, when I was nine or ten.
What is your writing process?
There's a bunch of talented writers, like Ann Rice (Interview with a Vampire,) who can pull out a story writing it from scratch, going on just basically by following the characters, with very little plotting.

Not me. I must have a given framework, a theme, a known beginning, end, a few scenes in the middle, an emotional turnpike, an emotional meltdown, a lot of eye-openers, a couple of major whammos, and a big surprise by the end. All this is no guarantee for a decent story, but all my best stories have all that.

I might change this approach once I get more confident with my writing... or not.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I think one of the first stories I've ever read was by Gianni Rodari, an Italian writer. I could possibly've read it in my first or second year -- a story about a tiny man lost in a big city.
How do you approach cover design?
As many writers starting out (an many in the making) I'm totally broke. I design my covers myself, using stock photos.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
1) THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES, by Ray Bradbury.
Written during the golden age of science fiction, it's a superb collection of humanity, science fiction romanticism, and a rare champion of hope for mankind.

2) UBIK, by Philip K. Dick.
This novel, which is often overlooked and belittled by new science fiction readers, is, in my opinion, Dick's masterpiece. Don't be fooled by the pretend humor, the supposed lightness, or the scatter of "pop" motifs like the all-powerful spray introduced at the beginning of each chapter with an ad jingle. This is one of Dick's most touching and autobiographical novels.

3) THE NAKED SUN, by Isaac Asimov.
Asimov had a weak spot for non-human characters. Beginning with a fantastic premise, he gets away with one of the best science fiction detective stories I've ever read.

4) THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, by Philip K. Dick.
This book won Dick the Hugo Award for year 1963. Again, a fantastic premise developed along the lines of a solid, far-reaching literary novel. It has very little of the classic science fiction elements like space battles, spaceships or exploration of far-away planets, yet it's an alternate reality masterpiece. For all Philip K. Dick's scholars out there, I think there is a parallel between this novel, written in 1962 and The Left Hand of Darkness, by Ursula K. LeGuin. In fact, they both explore oriental themes and philosophies, namely the Chinese I-CHING and Dao. A few will remember that K. Dick and K. LeGuin were both at Berkeley in 1947, when they graduated (they didn't know each other, though.)

5) THE THREE STIGMATA OF PALMER ELDRITCH, by Philip K. Dick.
Probably not the most visionary of his works, this novel returns a nice cross section of Dick's point of view about sex, society, religion, and politics.
What do you read for pleasure?
Again, Philip K. Dick's collected stories are just unrivaled. It's no wonder so many movies have been made from these.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
As old-fashioned as it may seem, I still read them on my laptop's screen.
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
I'm still groping in the dark, here. But I've got a convenient mailing list you might want consider subscribing to.
Describe your desk
a) Cheap design lamp shooting up, toward the ceiling, on the left.
b) MouseRug mouse pad in the colors of a real Turkmen rug, also on the left.
c) Laptop on a cooling stand, with additional keyboard and mouse.
d) Pilot C-4 gel pen, red color.

That's all I've got.
Published 2013-09-13.
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Raccolta di Storie Sci-Fi - Pack 2
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Figmento (Una Novella Sci-Fi #12)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, #12. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 34,010. Language: Italian. Published: September 21, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Un tenente di polizia a corto di indizi in un caso di omicidio, ricorre a una ’sposa,’ una telepate che scansionerà quattro maggiori sospettati per sbrogliare la matassa per lui. Purtroppo, mentre un virus attacca la mente della ’sposa’ e il tenente inizia a ricordare cose non sue, egli capisce che in gioco c’è molto più di quanto non sembri, e raddoppia i suoi sforzi per trovare il criminale.
Figment (A Sci-Fi Novella #12)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, #12. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 33,560. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
A police lieutenant at a loss for clues on a murder case, resorts to a ’bride,’ a telepathic individual who will scan four major suspects to unravel the tangle for him. Alas, as a virus attacks the mind of the ’bride,’ and the lieutenant begins to recall things which aren’t his own, he realizes there is much more at stake than meets the eye, and redoubles his efforts to find the criminal.
Art.Hu.R. (A Sci-Fi Novella #11)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 11. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 27,430. Language: English. Published: July 6, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
Art.Hu.R. is appointed with the task of keeping ship-shape a huge spaceship on her thousand-year journey to a planet on the other side of the universe. Major setbacks will soon put him in charge of everything, and he’ll have to fight against impossible odds to get the half a million unaware passengers stuck in a frozen sleep onboard safe and sound to their destination. A novella of 27,000 words.
Art.Hu.R. (Una Novella Sci-Fi #11)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 11. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 27,450. Language: Italian. Published: June 30, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
Art.Hu.R. è una persona artificiale incaricata di tenere in ordine un’enorme astronave nel suo viaggio millenario verso un pianeta dall’altra parte dell’universo. Egli dovrà lottare contro situazioni impossibili per portare il mezzo milione di ignari passeggeri bloccati a bordo nel sonno criogenico sani e salvi alla loro destinazione. E’ una novella di circa 27.000 parole.
La Macchina del Perdono (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #10)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 10. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,300. Language: Italian. Published: December 16, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Visionary & metaphysical
Bill Pearce, avido uomo d'affari tormentato in punto di morte dal pensiero delle persone che ha rovinato nella sua vita, cerca un tardivo perdono. Si rivolge al figlio Mark, che inventa una rete onirica, evocando un sogno collettivo dove accadranno le cose più impensabili. In questa esperienza catartica, Bill avrà la sua ultima possibilità di redimersi. E' una novelette di circa 16.000 parole.
The Forgiveness Machine (A Sci-Fi Novelette #10)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 10. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,240. Language: English. Published: December 16, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Visionary & metaphysical
Greedy businessman Bill Pearce, haunted on his deathbed by the thought of the people he’s ruined in his life, seeks a late forgiveness. He turns to his inventor son, Mark, who casts an oneiric network all over the country in a collective dream where the most delirious things happen. In this cathartic experience,Bill will have his last chance at redeeming himself. It's a novelette of 16,000 words.
L'Isola dell'Oblio (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #9)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 9. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,920. Language: Italian. Published: November 7, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Felix Morrow non vede l'ora di unirsi alla sua famiglia in una vacanza da sogno su un'isola esclusiva. Ma mentre i giorni passano e inopportuni imprevisti ritardano l’arrivo di sua moglie e di sua figlia, egli inizia a sospettare che qualcosa non funzioni. La scomparsa di un ospite eccentrico lo costringono ad indagare sulla terribile verità dell’isola. E' una novelette Sci-Fi di 13.000 parole.
Oblivion Island (A Sci-Fi Novelette #9)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 9. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,260. Language: English. Published: November 7, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Felix Morrow looks forward to reunite with his family on a dream vacation on an exclusive island, but as the days go by, most inopportune setbacks delay his wife and daughter’s arrival. The encounter of an unpredictable woman and the mysterious disappearance of an eccentric guest force him to investigate on the terrible truth about the island. It's a Sci-Fi Novelette of about 13,000 words.
Float City (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #8)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 8. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 15,850. Language: Italian. Published: September 15, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Un tenente di polizia agorafobico incaricato di rafforzare la sicurezza per la ressa natalizia di Nuova Parigi, un satellite che orbita attorno alla Terra, investiga su una serie di incidenti sempre più pericolosi che minacciano di farlo precipitare insieme a ottantamila ignari vacanzieri. E' una novelette di circa 16.000 parole.
Float City (A Sci-Fi Novelette #8)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 8. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,000. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
An agoraphobic police lieutenant tasked with thickening security for the Christmas rush on New Paris, a satellite orbiting Earth, investigates on a series of ever more dangerous incidents which threaten to bring it down along with eighty thousand unaware vacationers. It's a Sci-Fi novelette of about 16,000 words. Enjoy!
Il Bibliotecario (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #7)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 7. Price: Free! Words: 13,350. Language: Italian. Published: August 14, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
Un gruppo di ragazzini sospettosi indaga lo strano comportamento del loro nuovo bibliotecario per scoprire un mondo fantastico e pericoloso che non avrebbero mai immaginato. Questa novelette è lunga circa 13.000 parole.
The Librarian (A Sci-Fi Novelette #7)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 7. Price: Free! Words: 13,530. Language: English. Published: August 14, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
A group of suspicious kids investigates the odd behavior of their new librarian to discover a fantastic and dangerous word they would never have imagined. This novelette is about 13,000 words.
Occhi di Ragno Srl. (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #6)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 6. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,510. Language: Italian. Published: June 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Un investigatore privato che utilizza strumenti non convenzionali per inchiodare mariti e mogli fedifraghi, si trova coinvolto in un caso di omicidio cui potrebbe avere contribuito inconsciamente. E' una novelette di circa 13.500 parole. Spero vi piaccia. * Questa novelette è contenuta in Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1.
Raccolta di Storie Sci-Fi - Pack 1
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Series: Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI, Pack 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,360. Language: Italian. Published: June 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1 contiene i seguenti racconti e novelette precedentemente pubblicati: 01. Buon Natale, Signor Babbers! 02. Una Deprecabile Svista. 03. Ristrutturazione Aziendale. 04. Palude Alligatore. 05. Il Cuore della Bestia. 06. Occhi di Ragno Srl. E’ una collezione di circa 61.000 parole. Spero vi piaccia.
Collected Sci-Fi Stories - Pack 1
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Series: Collected SCI-FI STORIES, Pack 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 61,640. Language: English. Published: June 9, 2013. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
Collected Sci-Fi Stories - Pack 1 contains the following previously released Sci-Fi short stories and novelettes: 01. Merry Christmas, Mr. Babbers! 02. A Regrettable Oversight. 03. Corporate Restructuring. 04. Alligator’s Moat. 05. The Heart of the Beast. 06. Spider’s Eyes Inc. This collection is about 62,000 words. Enjoy.
Spider's Eyes Inc. (A Sci-Fi Novelette #6)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 6. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,760. Language: English. Published: June 9, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
A private detective using non-conventional tools to nail cheating husbands and wives, finds himself involved in a murder case he might have unconsciously been accessory to. It’s a sci-fi novelette of about 13,500 words. Enjoy. * This novelette is also contained in Collected SCI-FI STORIES - Pack 1
Il Cuore della Bestia (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #5)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 5. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,440. Language: Italian. Published: May 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Dopo che un'astronave strategica carica di testate sufficienti a mandare in pezzi l'intero sistema solare scompare nel nulla, viene assegnata al capitano Mark Sanders la missione suicida di rintracciarla e distruggerla. E' una Novelette Sci-Fi di circa 10.500 parole. * Questa novelette è contenuta in Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1.
The Heart of the Beast (A Sci-Fi Novelette #5)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 5. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,690. Language: English. Published: May 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
After a strategic spaceship carrying enough warheads to blow half the solar system to pieces disappears into nothing, Captain Mark Sanders is appointed with the suicide mission of tracking it down and destroy it. It's a Sci-Fi Novelette of about 10,500 words. Enjoy! * This novelette is also contained in Collected SCI-FI STORIES - Pack 1
Credence Foundation
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Series: CREDENCE, Book 1. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 77,140. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » High tech
A detective tasked with investigating the seemingly impossible murder of an influential scientist finds a clue that leads him to Credence, a future corporation which uses mass beliefs to make things happen, mainly space travels.
Una Deprecabile Svista (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #2)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 2. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,010. Language: Italian. Published: April 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Questa è la prima pazza avventura del venditore della Re-Life Associati James Cricket. E' una novelette Sci-Fi di circa 9.000 parole, che tratta di un amore infranto dopo un ringiovanimento problematico. Spero vi piaccia! * Questa novelette è contenuta in Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1.
A Regrettable Oversight (A Sci-Fi Novelette #2)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 2. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,130. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
This is the first crazy adventure of Re-Life Associates salesman James Cricket. It's a Sci-Fi novelette of about 9,000 words, tackling lost love after a problematic rejuvenation. I hope you like it! * This novelette is also contained in Collected SCI-FI STORIES - Pack 1
Palude Alligatore (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #4)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 4. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,810. Language: Italian. Published: March 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
In questa seconda avventura, il commesso della Re-Life Associati James Cricket dovrà vedersela con un padre arrabbiato, una figlia che vuole andarsene, ed un pianeta popolato da strane e pericolose creature selvagge. E' una novelette Sci-Fi di circa 11.000 parole. Spero vi piaccia! * Questa novelette è contenuta in Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1.
Alligator's Moat (A Sci-fi Novelette #4)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 4. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,120. Language: English. Published: March 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
In this second adventure of Re-Life Associates salesman James Cricket, he will have to sort it out with a disgruntled father, a daughter who wants out, and a hostile planet peopled with scary and dangerous beasts. It's a Sci-Fi novelette of about 11,000 words. * This novelette is also contained in Collected SCI-FI STORIES - Pack 1
Buon Natale, Signor Babbers! (Un Breve Racconto Sci-Fi #1)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 1. Price: Free! Words: 6,920. Language: Italian. Published: February 27, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Questa è una piccola chicca per tutti gli amanti della Fantascienza classica, una decorazione natalizia per i miei lettori, un breve racconto di circa 6.700 parole, ambientato nel giorno di Natale di un futuro lontano. * Questa novelette è contenuta in Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1.
Merry Christmas, Mr. Babbers! (A Short Sci-Fi Story #1)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 1. Price: Free! Words: 6,920. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
This is a little treat for all lovers of classic Science Fiction, a Christmas bauble for my readers, a little sci-fi story of about 6,700 words, set in a far future on Christmas Day. I hope you enjoy it. * This short story is also contained in Collected SCI-FI STORIES - Pack 1
Credence Fondazione
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Series: CREDENCE (Italian), Libro 1. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 72,280. Language: Italian. Published: February 15, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » High tech
Un detective chiamato ad investigare l'omicidio apparentemente impossibile di uno scienziato, sospetta una corporazione del futuro che utilizza credo di massa per far avvenire le cose, principalmente viaggi intergalattici.
Ristrutturazione Aziendale (Una Novelette Sci-Fi #3)
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Series: STORIE SCI-FI, # 3. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,150. Language: Italian. Published: February 13, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Frank Rockett, riportato indietro dalla morte per cercare di salvare la Rockett Spacemotive dalla bancarotta e dalla gestione di un consiglio d'amministrazione idiota, affronta il suo oscuro passato, e gli capita pure di fare del bene. Questa è una novelette Sci-Fi di circa 11.000 parole. Spero vi paccia! * Questa novelette è contenuta in Raccolta di STORIE SCI-FI - Pack 1.
Corporate Restructuring (A Sci-Fi Novelette #3)
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Series: SCI-FI STORIES, # 3. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,480. Language: English. Published: February 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Frank Rockett, brought back from death to try and save Rockett Spacemotive from both bankruptcy and the lead of an idiotic board of administrators, comes to terms with his better untold past, and even happens to do some good. This is a Sci-Fi novelette of about 11,000 words. I hope you enjoy it! * This novelette is also contained in Collected SCI-FI STORIES - Pack 1