December 2000 Issue
Soar into the Future.....Fly high with Sci-Fi
NEW! PNR Poll: We Want More............Tales from Beyond!
Photo's from RT Houston Convention
Tis the season when our thoughts turn to peace and goodwill toward all. It is a message that our humble planet has broadcast into space in hopes of a kindred response.
Most people wonder from time to time what the future will hold. The twentieth century gave us novels such as 1984 and A Brave New World, television programs like Lost in Space, Star Trek, and the X-files, and popular films such as Star Wars, ET, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Men In Black, and Contact. We dreamed of high technology and alien life forms.
Life at the start of the new millenium might not be as different as we may have imagined it as children, however these stories stirred our minds, and our imaginations, gave us dreams to dream, and hopes to hope in a world often torn by strife.
The holidays will shortly be upon us. Soon many of us will be sitting down with our families and counting our blessings in this festive month of December, and we will give thanks for those who love us in spite of our flaws.
What better way to celebrate the season than to curl up with a good romance novel and dream a few dreams? As the year comes to a close and we once more look toward the future, two fine paranormalromance authors offer us incredible possibilities with offerings which transend time and space and which aptly provide the simple solution to all of the world's problems, LOVE.
Journey to a far away quadrant where Sabin Travers and Moriah Cameron triumph over pain and oppression through the empowerment of love in Catherine Spangler's new futuristic novel SHADOWER (prequel to her stunning debut novel Shielder).
Stow away with former fighter pilot, Jasmine Boswell, as she makes her rendevous with destiny, in the form of the devastatingly handsome alien star fighter Romlijan B'kah, in Susan Grant's amazing sci -fi romance THE STAR KING.
Find out what what the listers like to see in a Sci-fi/Futuistic romance in our new feature We Want More...Tales of the Future.
Wishing you all the best in the coming year - the PNR family
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