Hello! I write deconstruction style dystopia. I enjoy subverting the usual genre tropes while still having a fun and fast-paced read. If you're interested in that kind of a story, then I recommend my novel Chemical Numbers and its sequel Mechanical War. They follow a Mexican-American girl living in Manhattan, which has been turned into a prison for mutants like her. After receiving a rather unusual proposition from the government, she finds herself in the crossfire of two leaders.
Greetings! I have not one, but TWO short stories available for the interested reader with five spare minutes. They are based on my Sci-fi/Fantasy/Adventure book "Stormlock: Activation", written as a kind of sample as to how the book itself is written. If you're interested, here are the first two stories:
The Stealth Test: https://www.inkitt.com/stories/scifi/100860
The Fear Test: https://www.inkitt.com/stories/scifi/100752
Thanks, and enjoy!
Hello fellow sci-fi fans. I recently posted Book One of a novel series called "Reyna the Machine". It's about a young girl who was saved by cybernetics and turned into a deadly weapon. You know...the usual. Seriously, it was lots of fun to write and its full of action. Please give it a read and review if you get a chance.
Hello guys! I need someone to leave a review on my story.
"Empire Volcano “The princess who donated her kingdom” Saga"
Romance tells the story of Princess Suellenny, a beautiful 21-year-old girl who had a beautiful family. They lived in a kingdom called Volcano which was known as the empire with the most feared fortress among the kingdoms. When her parents and siblings died, she was persuaded by her uncle to donate the kingdom. She discovered ... See More that her family's death was a conspiracy and would fight to rescue her crown with the training of Thôr, a warrior who was wronged by the court. The battle
Hello, Inkitt! If anyone's interested, I have a Sci-fi/Fantasy short story in desperate need of readers and reviewers. The title is "Stormlock: The Stealth Test" and the link is here: http://benjaminsonnek.blogspot.com/
This is a short story, barely 3000 words.
It was fun to write, so it's most likely fun to read too.
Even though it's based off a YA novel I wrote (which is also on Inkitt), this isn't an excerpt--it's a real, honest stand-alone story.
... See More />Seriously, it's a SHORT story, and you can't be THAT lazy. Maybe.
It's based off my YA novel, yet it's not drowning in teen angst.
There is speculation about coconuts in a microwave. During a Stealth Challenge. 'Nuff said.
I wrote it.
hi all! I'm hoping for someone to review my first sci-fi fiction and help me with my grammar along the way. I finished my first chapter and would like you all to check it out. The title is 'Punks', a combination of steampunk and cyberpunk story.
Summary: When Jeanne obtained a spherical device, she never knew it would turn her world upside down. From the world of steam and and gears, she was thrown to the world of advanced science and technology.
Hey guys! FYI to EVERYONE on INKITT:
To send FEEDBACK on the novel you are currently reading, simply highlight the word or passage of interest you would like to send feedback on. A text box will then appear on your screen into which you can enter your comment or critique. Then click the green "Send Feedback" button and the author will receive your comments in an email sent by Inkitt.
To leave a REVIEW on the novel you are currently reading, simply click the blue "Leave A Review" ... See More button that can be found on the left-hand side of your screen or at the very bottom of the novel's last chapter. You will then be re-directed to a new page where you can leave your review for the novel in question.
I've noticed lately that a lot of people seem to be unaware of how to leave personalized feedback on the novels they read so I wanted to put these instructions out there for everyone. I hope this helps. Good luck and happy reading to all! :)
Zeeble zorp, fellow Earthings
I'm trying my hand at showing people my writing. I've written and kept to myself a small amount of short stories in the past, but now I've decided to commit to a novelette/novella. Before I totally commit, however, I want to see how the first chapter of my story would be received. I've already published it, and it can be read here: https://www.inkitt.com/stories/146987/chapters/1?preview=true
I look forward to any feedback that I receive.
I am new to posting but I really cannot help it since science fiction is my favorite genre. I love talking about it
Believe it or not, this post is a DISCUSSION QUESTION. I would like to get some solid opinions (but witty quotes will also suffice); what would you say divides science fiction from fantasy? In what way could they be related? Is there an essential element or combination of features that a story must have? Is there anything that would make science fiction preferable over fantasy, or vice versa? I'm interested.
Good. Now, since every Inkitt post MUST have some form of self-promotion ... See More involved, below is a link to my own novel "Stomlock: Activation"; it is included in the Top New Picks group and once briefly surfaced on the Trending Stories list (before it was smothered by more romance stories). I've billed it as a sci-fi/adventure YA novel, but according to most of my reviews it also has a perceived fantasy element I wasn't really aiming for. So consider this a bonus challenge for the discussion question: take a look at my work if you're so inclined, and let me know what you think about the sci-fi/fantasy elements.
Live long and monster.
Stormlock link: https://www.inkitt.com/stories/scifi/100867
Strap in, blast off, and discuss all things Sci Fi. Talk steampunk, space travel, time travel, and all else in between.
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