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The Best Scifi Books - November 2022

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A.G. Riddle

A.G. Riddle spent ten years beginning online companies prior to retiring to pursue his true passion: writing fiction.

He released his first novel, The Atlantis Gene, in March of 2013. It became the very first publication in The Origin Mystery to be a major motion picture. The trilogy appeared in deserts.

His recently released fourth novel, Death, follows the natives of a flight that takes off at the current and crash-lands in a changed world. Departure was published by harperCollins in the fall of 2015 in hardcover, and 20th Century Fox is creating the book to get a feature movie.

Riddle grew up in the small town of Boiling Springs, North Carolina and graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill. During his sophomore year of college, he began his first business with a childhood buddy. He currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife, that endures his various idiosyncrasies in return for being the first to see his new books. They welcomed their first child on September 2, 2016.

Regardless of where he is, or what's going on, he tries his very best to put aside time daily to answer emails and messages from subscribers. You can reach him at: ag@agriddle.com


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Clifford D. Simak

During his fifty-five-year career, Clifford D. Simak produced some of the most iconic science fiction tales ever written. Born on a farm in southwestern Wisconsin, Simak became the news editor of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, writing fiction in his spare time and acquired a job at a newspaper in 1929. Simak was famous for the book City, a response to the horrors of the World War II, and also for his novel Way Station. In 1953 City has been awarded the International Fantasy Award, and in subsequent decades, Simak won three Hugo awards and also a Nebula Award. He became the Grand Master of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and before his death in 1988, he was named one of three winners of the Horror Writers Association's Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement.

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