Review: GED Science

    Synopsis: You probably think this is a typical study guide, however, Accepted, Inc.’s unofficial GED Science Preparation Study Guide 2018-2019: GED Science Workbook and Practice Test Questions for the GED Exam isn't like other study guides. Because we know you value your time, our unofficial study guide includes a quick yet comprehensive review of everything... Continue Reading →

Review: Theme and Variations (Musical Notes by a Neurologist)

          Synopsis: Part neuroscience, part memoir, Theme and Variations: Musical Notes by a Neurologist, explores why humans—unique among the world’s species--play and listen to music, suggesting that it is fundamental to human existence, culture, and well-being. Drawing upon his experiences as a scientist and flutist to examine the importance of music... Continue Reading →

Review: The Prize by Geoffrey M. Cooper

          Synopsis: Winner of National Indie Excellence Award for medical thrillers. Silver Medal in Readers' Favorite International Book Award Contest. What does it take to win a Nobel Prize? Deceit, fraud, even murder? Set in the competitive world of cutting-edge medical research, The Prize is a science thriller in which jealousy... Continue Reading →

Review: The Han Agent 

Synopsis: A THRILLER NOVEL DRIVEN BY REAL SCIENCE... In the 1930s, Japanese scientists committed heinous crimes in their quest for the ultimate biological weapon. The war ended. Their mission did not. Eighty years later, Japanese-American scientist Amika Nakamura won’t let rules stand between her and scientific glory. When the ambitious young virologist defies a ban... Continue Reading →

Review: The Criminalist 

Synopsis: "CSI--Without the makeup." A Russian model and a reluctant forensic scientist must join forces to fight a dangerous sex trafficking ring. Paul Connert, just your everyday forensic scientist, keeps a dark secret as he combs through scenes of violent death. Then his world is rocked by the beautiful and desperate Vika Koslava, a Russian... Continue Reading →

Review: Under The Double Integral- Ray Donner (Planet Master)

Synopsis: Under The Double Integral is the second in a series of novels by Stan Burns. It is a sequel to Stan's first novel, Extraordinary Space, The Integral. Under The Double Integral is a work of science fiction that blends everyday life activities of a family from a moderately sized Midwestern community with various other... Continue Reading →

Review: Light

  Synopsis: Light begins at Stonehenge, where crowds cheer a solstice sunrise. After sampling myths explaining First Light, the story moves on to early philosophers' queries, then through the centuries, from Buddhist temples to Biblical scripture, when light was the soul of the divine. Battling darkness and despair, Gothic architects crafted radiant cathedrals while Dante... Continue Reading →

Review: The X Cure

  Synopsis: Dr. Alex Winter, a brilliant biomedical engineer, teams with Dr. Xiu Ling, a beautiful Chinese scientist, to discover a revolutionary cure for cancer. But Tando Pharmaceuticals, the world’s largest and richest drug producer, also has an interest in the cure, and when they discover that the treatment is flawed as recipients begin to... Continue Reading →

Review: Vinegar Girl

  Synopsis: Kate Battista feels stuck. How did she end up running the house and home for her eccentric scientist father and uppity, pretty younger sister Bunny? Plus, she’s always in trouble at work – her pre-school charges adore her, but their parents don’t always appreciate her unusual opinions and forthright manner. Dr. Battista has other... Continue Reading →

Review: Blind Thrust

  Synopsis: Horrific earthquakes are devastating the Front Range between Denver and Colorado Springs in an area long believed to be seismically quiescent. They are being generated by ruptures along cryptic, mysterious, deeply buried thrust faults (blind thrusts) that, unlike many faults, do not break the surface during large-scale seismic events. Somehow the cause of... Continue Reading →

Today, is Pi Day!

      To celebrate Pi Day, we are hosting a writing prompt contest. All participants must email their writing to us at: universalcreativityinc.2014@gmail.com. Must be written in English. And must include the prompt in their writing. Also, each entry must have the author's first and last name, email, and word count. This enables us... Continue Reading →

Dark World War- Chapter 5

Chapter 5Halloween Horror's Two weeks after the incident that tore through the base and caused destruction. The beast that came from out of nowhere was killed and is now being dissected and analyzed. Most of the destruction was actually from Jennifer's emotional rampage and unstoppable growth from wishing on the teapot to grow herself. But very... Continue Reading →

      CHAPTER 1: The Long Dark Road   The night was cool and rainy. The long dark road flanked by tall trees on both sides. A lone new blue car is racing down the road. Only one person occupied the car. A young woman in her late twenties was listening to the music... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge #6-2 YA Science Fiction/Fantasy

Today's sci-fi fantasy for young adults challenge is:  Using only 700 words write a background information on the person helping Melanie Hermes disappear from the CIA who are after her. To make it more interesting let's make this character a male, a year older than Melanie,16 years-old, who was in the same position that Melanie... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge #6-1 Scifi-fantasy YA

Today's science fiction/ fantasy writing challenge will be geared towards young adults. Using only 700 words, write what happens when Melanie Hermes discovers that her father is using his knowledge as a genetic engineer to replica the mutation cells of aliens for Area 51. The government officials are using her father's work to clone the... Continue Reading →

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