Special Items: Science Fiction

C. S. Boyack wraps up his latest series of Story Empire posts today with Special Items: Science Fiction. I think you’ll enjoy this one, and hope you’ll swing by to check it out, then will share it far and wide. Thanks, and thanks to Craig for another interesting and informative post! 🙂

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Hi, gang. Craig with you again. This is going to be the wrap up of the special items series. The rules are mostly the same, but there are some differences across the genres. Today’s topic is science fiction items.

In paranormal, or fantasy, you’re generally dealing with magical/holy items. Science Fiction is a bit different, because they’re supposed to be advanced technology. No magic involved. Sure, there are some titles that mash it all together, but let’s keep it clean for the purposes of this post.

All genres seem to have a rift among their fans. Science fiction probably has the biggest rift of all. You can interpolate for your own genre, but in this one it involves the science.

Some fans believe the only worthy science fiction is all about the science. They want explanations about how things work, and you’d better do your homework about the latest physics…

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2 thoughts on “Special Items: Science Fiction

  1. Great share from Craig. There are so many types of sci-fi subgenres, but he’s right about getting the research down especially with hard sci-fi and military sci-fi. That’s why I write fantasy. Lol. A fun series. Marcia. Thanks for sharing.

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    • It’s been my pleasure to share Craig’s posts, Diana. I’ve learned a lot of things from my friends at Story Empire, and these Special Items posts have been very interesting. Glad you enjoyed it.

      Thanks so much for stopping by! 🙂

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