Thank you Perihelion for the amazing article👽 “Amaris is definitely a refreshing new face in the world of science fiction, announcing her new novel as bluntly as she would with a new album (she released her fourth LP in June, 2018), and showing her talent for world building on a website created for the Chariots […]Read More New article on “Chariots” by Perihelion
When it comes to world building, one of the questions you have to ask yourself is: How do the people in your story- and on your planet- look like? And why do they look like that? Are their eyes bigger because their sun isn’t that bright? Is their skin darker because their sun is very […]Read More How to draw an extraterrestrial👽
I wanted to share this little drawing I shared on Instagram earlier. It shows an ice moon orbiting a blue gas giant (like Neptun, Jupiter…) and another small moon in the background. An ice world like this can be found in our own solar system, with Enceladus, a moon orbiting Saturn, which is covered in […]Read More Drawing: View from an ice moon
In an interview with Perihelion Books, I’ve talked about what inspired me for the “Chariots of Orion”, my favourite books, and why I became an author. You can find the whole interview here: http://www.perihelion-books.com/2018/10/01/why-i-dont-engage-in-terrestrial-politics-an-interview-with-author-amaris-wenceslas/ How did you became a sci-fi author? I’ve always loved astronomy and science fiction! When I was little, I wanted to […]Read More I talked to Perihelion Books about Chariots of Orion, Hearthstone, and why I don’t get involved in earthly politics.
The Request – The Chariots of Orion 1 is my first sci-fi novel to be published! But why does a producer and singer turn into a sci-fi author? First, I’ve always loved astronomy and science fiction. When I was little, my dream was to become an astronomer. We know that this didn’t work out. But […]Read More What the “Chariots of Orion” is about and why I became a sci-fi author
With the WOW Signal possibly debunked, this leads us to a few questions. The most important question is: Was it aliens? The narrowband radio signal – the ‘Wow Signal’ – that reached Big Ear telescope of the Ohio State University in 1977, was so strong that astronomer Jerry R. Ehman commented “Wow!” at the side […]Read More Would extraterrestrials really try to contact us? A few thoughts on the WOW Signal possibly debunked
Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) have led to many discussions about whether or not we might be on the verge of finding evidence for an advanced civilisation in a far away galaxy—as scientists still couldn’t discover where exactly the FRBs came from, the theory was risen that the bursts might have been emitted by a neutron […]Read More Could Fast Radio Bursts really be leakage of an advanced alien spacecraft?