New Facebook group for science fiction romance fans #SFR #ScifiRom

Do you enjoy science fiction and fantasy romance that emphasizes the romance rather than the science?

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  • Do you prefer story over technological razzle dazzle?
  • Do you want to fall in love with the characters?
  • Do you like stories set in futuristic worlds and/or that push the boundaries of the conventional world?
  • Do you want to learn about new releases in the genre you love?
  • Do you want to talk to authors about their stories?

Check out the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Romance  group on Facebook. I started the group because I couldn’t find a one that allowed all those things. I belong to another science fiction romance group, but it emphasizes science over romance and it bans all promotion, even announcements of new science fiction romance releases. How can you talk about science fiction romance without mentioning books?

I’ve been in groups that turned into “promo blasts,” and I don’t want that either, but as an author, I want to be able to share news of my releases and learn about what  is available in the market.

If you read or write science fiction romance, fantasy romance, urban fantasy, even paranormal, come visit Sci-Fi and Fantasy Romance on Facebook.

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9 Responses to New Facebook group for science fiction romance fans #SFR #ScifiRom

  1. Sounds interesting, so I requested to join. I write paranormal (published), but have also written a book (unpublished) that might fall in the sci-fi range. However, it’s not techy at all (mostly romance), so wasn’t sure WHERE it would fit. Maybe seeing what others are offering will help me. Plus, I could stand to read up more on the genre, I think! 🙂

    • Cara Bristol says:

      Great! Glad to have you. Paranormal fans/authors are welcome too. Basically, any “other worldly/supernatural” type genre. There’s so much crossover.

  2. Leigh Smith says:

    Characters more than the science. I am not actually a fan of Sci-Fi that’s why I was so surprised I enjoyed Breeder and Terran that’s much. I guess if the character are really strong it doesn’t matter to me.

    • Cara Bristol says:

      A story has to have good characters. One thing I dislike about some sci-fi books are the weird names. It makes it hard for me to remember the characters if their names are totally unpronounceable. That’s one thing I tried to avoid in the Breeder series. Everyone can figure out how to say Dak, Omra, Marlix, Tara, Anika, even Urazi.

  3. Aubrey says:

    Thanks for sharing! I sent a request. I’ve always enjoyed strait sci-fi, and campy space operas but I adore a good sci-fi romance.

  4. Winter says:

    I only write the odd romance which is usually sci fi/ paranormal 😉 Perfect.

  5. Jody Wallace says:

    It’s not an interactive group per se but I LOVE The Galaxy Express blog :). Maybe you can find more good information about SFR books there?

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