Category Archives: Science Fiction

BayCon 2018

Another weekend, another convention! This weekend, I’m off to BayCon, the San Francisco Bay Area’s oldest fan-run science fiction convention. I have a rich, full schedule: Saturday, May 26 10 – 11:30 AM: Fan Fiction: A Stepping Stone or a … Continue reading

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All cemeteries, almost all the time

In the last week, I’ve been offered a Headstone of the Week feature at Legacy.com, invited to speak to a class called Over My Dead Body at the California College of the Arts, interviewed about 199 Cemeteries to See Before … Continue reading

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Son of Never Enough 2016

Interviews: Carl Slaughter interviewed me about grimdark, violence in space opera, Mary Sues and kick-ass heroines for SFSignal February 29, 2016. Eric from Deviant Worlds interviewed me about space operas and succubi: http://deviantworlds.blogspot.com/2016/04/interview-loren-rhoads.html April 16, 2016. In May, Margaret L. Carter interviewed me at … Continue reading

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Audible is having a sale

If you’ve been wanting to check out audiobooks, Audible is having a 50%-off sale on SF & Fantasy. Now’s your chance to listen to The Dangerous Type!  You can check out a sample of the book here: http://www.audible.com/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/The-Dangerous-Type-Audiobook/B01554G02M In fact, you … Continue reading

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Raena’s Foremothers: Trinity

I’ve written about a lot of the female characters who inspired Raena Zacari in my Wake of the Templars trilogy, but I wanted to talk about the most direct visual parallel. From the opening of The Matrix, when the police … Continue reading

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