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Pam Bloom is a new science fiction author.

She lives in Wirral, England, with her husband, teenage daughter, cat and many, many fish. In her spare time she likes walking there and back again, and her interests include nature, science, history, metal-detecting and words.

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Parallel Universe logoWhole New World[s] is her debut novel, the first in The Parallel Universe Adventures trilogy. A science fiction adventure about a boy who discovers the universe is not quite as simple as he thought, it is aimed at readers from 10-110.

It is available as a digital ebook here (UK) or here (USA), or as a paperback, available here.

The second in the Parallel Universe adventures, Running, is also on sale as an ebook here (UK) or here (USA). 

It can also be bought as a paperback, here.running-cover-small

Everyone on my email list was recently sent FREE extracts from Sam Harding’s little black notebook, detailing some of his most notable trips into parallel worlds. Don’t miss out on the next Freebie – sign up today!part-2-logo

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Do you know your scifi films?

Do you know your popular science fiction? Find out with this fun quiz:

Simply name the film/TV programme the following quotations come from – a point for each film, plus an extra point for the name of the character who said it.

1. Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so.

2. Do. Or do not. There is no try.

3. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.

4. Take your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ape!

5. I need your clothes, your boots and your motorcycle.

If you’re a true scifi fan you will be reading them out in the correct accents! Continue reading

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