One of my most recent projects is to write a Sci-Fi story. It might seem something easy to do because there are hundreds and hundreds of Sci-Fi stories. However, it is not that easy. Unlike fantasy, romance, mystery, and some other genres, Sci-Fi is a little more complicated, but, why do I say this? It is hard to explain actually, but since I have to answer this question I guess the easiest way to give an answer is to say: Science fiction not only creates a world, it also adds something different and quite unique to modern life. Unlike fantasy, science fiction happens in an actual world, and it is a complete interaction between a future world and a present one.
Science fiction relates a lot to actual science; it talks about the future of science and adds some fantasy to it. Even thought modern science fiction talks about space and androids, which is a very popular thing to write about, ol