Author Archives: Karina Fabian

About Karina Fabian

Karina Fabian writes fantasy and science fiction, often with faith-filled themes and spit-out-your-soda humor. Learn more at or

Man Proposes; God (or in this case, Audible) Disposes

My publisher may be called “Damnation,” but I felt pretty blessed when I was asked if we could produce the audiobook version of I Left My Brains in San Francisco. I think my Neeta Lyffe novels are great for listening … Continue reading

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A Catholic Writer of Zombie Fiction

Why not? I’m a Catholic writer, yet I (like Declan) write for Damnation. Damnation Books that is. It’s one of my favorite publishers: Kim always pays me on time, looks for ways to promote my books, and is producing my … Continue reading

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Of The Many Reasons I Don’t Blog a Lot

Call them reasons. Call them excuses. But there are several issues that keep me from blogging a lot, from the full-time writing job for Top Ten Reviews (which is awesome fun, especially lately), balancing the social marketing and interaction for … Continue reading

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Let’s Take Back Rainbows

Ever since the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage, people on Facebook have put that rainbow overlay on their profile pic. Matthew posted on July 3rd instructions on how to Vaticanize your profile pic with an overlay of the … Continue reading

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Star Trek: Renegades, a Non-spoiler Review of the Unfinished Version!

My first words to my husband were “Live long and prosper.” During our wedding, the priest directed everyone to greet us with the Vulcan peace sign. Our kids won’t remember, but they wore Star Trek onesies (science blue.) So you … Continue reading

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