Blast off for out-of-this-world thrills! Whether you write "hard" sci-fi, space fantasy, cyberpunk, dystopian, or time travel, this must-own book is rocket fuel for your imagination. Open your pod bay doors to over 4,000 epic ways to describe everything from aliens to future tech, including starship combat. This book is the warp drive you need to write better science fiction instantly!
"Jackson Dean Chase has a reputation for producing quality volumes to enhance author's skills... [The Science Fiction Writers' Phrase Book has] lots of choice phrases [including] whole sections on cyborgs, star warriors, mutants etc. [It] is particularly helpful when world-building. I'd recommend this book to all writers of sci-fi and cross-genre authors, but especially those who are just starting out on their writing journey."
--Tom Adams, author of The Psychonaut
"These phrasebooks are instrumental in producing decent works of fiction. I have benefited immensely from this series of books and I wholeheartedly recommend them to all writers."
--Jessalyn Susu, author of Fathers and Sons
"This book has 'tags' (phrases) for all kinds of science fiction situations. ...Pick them apart, recombine them... like Scrabble!"
--Anna Erishkigal, author of Sword of the Gods
"This phrase book has lots of very useful information for new or experienced writers."
"...A helpful tool to writers who want to [write] everything from planets, spaceships and other aircraft, weapons, robots, aliens, monsters, futuristic cities, and more. Also included are sections on how to describe drama, social problems,conflict, and action scenes. Chase really seems to know how to write adventure fiction. I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to write dramatic science fiction."
"This is the book for you if you are writing Sci-Fi... Jackson gives you some of the best descriptions [to] get you moving."
"This is a great read, giving a heap of inspiration and ideas to pep up your writing. From space stations and A.I. to space wizards and mutant phrases, the book covers a huge number of topics. There's even a fun starship name generator! You could easily pick a phrase a day and write a story on it."
--Kindle reviewer (UK)