Children of Time was January’s Book of the Month for the Space Opera Group on Goodreads. It sounded really interesting, and since I’d finished my own series for the time being, I hoped to read some scifi for a change
Curved Space for Corsair is out at last! Yes, today the second book in my Viridian System series launches on all ereader platforms. There are some details, and excerpt, and a bit about me (in case you’d like to share
Tourist Trap is a science fiction adventure by Sue Ann Bowling, who was one of my blogging friends in Alaska. I’ve been meaning to read it for a few years now, after reading Homecoming just after Sue Ann died, and
SpaceTime Launch! Searching for a Science Fiction Reading Challenge? I have been for years. I find some with lists of classic or ‘new classic’ books to read, but I’ve either done those or rejected them for good reasons! The answer?
A Closed and Common Orbit is the second in the Wayfarers series. I read the first, The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet a couple of years back, and have been meaning to read this ever since it was
Fluency has been in my Kindle for at least two years. It’s one of those I got on a freebie, and kept meaning to read and review. Well, it’s finally off my TBR (and ticked off my reading challenge list).
A Brief History of Time is widely cited as the most bought but unread book in the world. I suspect that’s an exaggeration. However, I can announce that the number who have it unopened on their shelves has decreased by
Daemon has been hanging around near the top of my TBR for years. Poor Doug Dandridge has had to wait over 5 years for me to review his book, and I bet I got it in an offer of some
Recovering Apollo 8 possibly came in a StoryBundle. It was certainly what attracted me to the bundle if so. The blurb draws you in, the author is prolific, and well-spoken of in scifi circles, and I was pleased to find
Dining Out Around the Solar System is the first in the series of the same name. I read the second one first – Dining Out with the Ice Giants, and I recommend every reader does the same. That was ABSOLUTELY
Young Explorers Adventure Guide is an annual collection of science fiction stories for children. I asked for the ARC from NetGalley because science fiction for middle grade readers seems to be in short supply. Judging from the number of authors
Equus was a book I received from LibraryThing, as part of their first reads initiative. It is nothing to do with Equus the play. But it is Latin for ‘horse’. Equus Ed. by Rhonda Parrish There’s always something magical about
Surprise! It’s the first Wednesday of the month and time for the Insecure Writers’ Support Group. I’d already started thinking about the suggested question for the month when I got a horrible surprise. I’m going to try to work out
Spaghettification started out as an independent short story in February 2015, and then became the key to the second book in the Viridian System series. That’s Curved Space to Corsair—I’ve just started the main edit. It’s my offering for Flashback
Mercenary Instinct is my M for the A to Z on Saturday, my book review day. I’m away at my niece’s wedding today, so I’d be grateful for any ‘shares’ on social media! I picked Mercenary Instinct for M since