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Rob Shelsky is an avid and eclectic writer, and averages about 4,000 words a day. He has several novels to his credit and two anthologies, with two romances out now, a Regency romance, Verity, along with the sequel, Faith, and soon to come, a time-travel romance.
Rob has written science fiction articles for such magazines as The Internet Review of Science Fiction, numerous articles for AlienSkin Magazine, Neometropolis, Midnight Street (UK), Doorways, and other publications. Rob has had short stories published with Jim Baen’s Universe, Aberrant Dreams, AlienSkin, Gateway SF, Fifth Dimension, Continuum SF, Sonar4, Uncial Press, Planetary Stories, Pulp Spirit Magazine, Sex & Murder, and many more. He has a novella coming out in early 2010 with Aberrant Dreams Magazine’s first hardcover edition anthology, The Awakening. Rob’s novella, Avenger Of The People, will appear there alongside the works of such sci-fi greats as Alastair Reynolds, Ian Watson, Jana Oliver, Robert Madle, and just so many others. There is even an introduction by Jack McDevitt.
Rob has a short story, Green Waters, now out with Sonar4’s Phase Shift anthology, and a paranormal story, Light On The Moor, coming out with Smashwords and Amazon.com.
Now, Rob Shelsky is not only a writer, but a contributing editor for Currate.com travel articles, as well as being a reviewer for Novelspot. He is also a resident science fiction columnist for AlienSkin Magazine.
Although widely traveled and continuing to travel, Rob now lives in North Carolina. He enjoys contemplating ideas for new stories while watching the sunsets over the mountains and sipping a glass of red wine, preferably a decent Merlot.
Oh and check out this site for my Smashword books:
on July 31, 2010 :
Here we have a story that appeared in Aberrant Dreams Magazine, as well as in a Podcast, from what I’ve been able to find out. And with good reason. This is a dark tale, one with a mystery to it. Mankind’s first star ship is exploring the depths of interstellar space, hoping to find alien life and civilizations. Well, they do. But, as the story opening says, “They were all dead when we found them.” And herein lies the mystery; what happened to all these civilizations? Exactly how did they die? And what does antimatter have to do with it, and why? For the three intrepid explorers, the answers may well answer the question of Enrico Fermi’s paradox, his Great Silence of the universe. Why aren’t other races contacting humans? Without Omens might well have the answers, and they aren’t good ones! I thoroughly recommend you read Without Omens. If this tale doesn’t shake you up, disturb your world view, then nothing will!
Without Omens, by Rob Shelsky, gets a five-star rating from me.
(reviewed the day of purchase)