First peek at Steve’s next novel!

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About me…
I was born and raised on the West Side of Chicago by a single mom who worked nights for a printing company. She would bring home books and magazines to encourage us to read. This is how I discovered Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke and the other masters of classic science fiction. It didn’t take long for me to get the itch to write. Over the years I’ve written everything from newspaper articles, comic strips and radio drama to short stories and fan fiction.

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History In Fiction and Non-Fiction

Science fiction geek Steve Bellinger teams up with History nerd Joe Rulli to discuss history in the post-truth age and how it relates to their books.

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There is still an upcoming presentation in  Evanston, Illinois. 

See Steve’s Events to the left for dates and locations. New dates will be added soon, please check back!

 

7 Comments

  1. Rita Stornes

    Wow!! Can’t wait to read your book, keep me posted!!


  2. Wow! This is awesome! I am so excited for my Big Brother!
    2015 is definitely your year.

  3. Darrell DOCTOR WHO! Blobaum

    Congratulations Steve! Good to see your multi-faceted career progressing.


  4. The story and trailer intrigues me. I will look forward to reading this. I love time travel. Sounds exciting!

  5. Malinda Rucker

    Steve,
    I absolutely loved this book and believe me I have read a lot of Science Fiction over the years. I read it in one sitting – a real page turner.

    All those years ago, when we were studying physics and all that other technical stuff, I never imagined it would be put to THIS use. I guess you did.

    I cannot wait to read your next one.

    IIT Class of 1970

  6. Mari Abba

    Great story! I enjoyed reading about real historical events interspersed with the science fiction.

  7. Cathy Crawford

    I was immediately hooked. The Chicago locations of 1919 were fascinating, as was the science of time travel as laid out by Dr. Simmie Johnson PhD. I recommend this book to anyone interested in science fiction, Chicago history, and old-fashioned page-turning thrillers. Thanks, Steve!

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