"A perfect blend of science fiction and alternate history"He's abducted by aliens to the planet Vost.He's saving up for his fare home.But he's got the small matter of a planetary apocalypse to deal with first...In 1977 a New York Cab driver Mike Redolfo is abducted by aliens after being mistaken for a renegade scientist. Meanwhile,… Continue reading Blog Tour: Space Taxis by A&H Frost
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Wow, I still can't get used to putting "2021." Especially since everything is still about the same as it was a year ago. On the plus side, I'm reading a lot more now than I was just a few weeks ago so I felt like I was justified in putting up a WWW post. WWW… Continue reading WWW Wednesday: 10th of March 2021
Like many of you, last year was a tough one for me. I pretty much lost everything and it's taken a long time to come out from under it all. I'm still dealing with a lot and haven't had much time for myself, but I've come to the realisation that I can't keep going on… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Spring Cleaning!
Another incredible author has left us in 2020, this time in the genre of science fiction. Ben Bova, a prolific writer and an utter staple within the genre, passed away last weekend due to complications from a stroke and Covid-19. A six time winner of the Hugo Award, Bova penned more than a hundred books… Continue reading Remembering Ben Bova, Sci-Fi Author Extraordinaire 1932-2020
This week's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is about books that we want to re-read again. Regular readers of my blog know that because my TBR pile is completely out of control I rarely re-read books. There are just too many others I haven't read at all to be spending time… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Want to Read Again
IT'S READY PLAYER TWO DAY!!! I stayed up pretty late last night in the hopes that my audiobook would be delivered sometime after midnight, but it must have been delivered after I fell asleep. No matter, it's here now and I am so excited for it! I'll be buying a hard copy too, but given… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 2020 Releases by Indigenous Authors
Released: September 2018Publisher: Penguin Random HousePages: 304Rating: 5/5 The moving story of an orphan determined to know her own history and discovers the true meaning of family. From the publisher: Twelve-year-old Crow has lived her entire life on a tiny, isolated piece of the starkly beautiful Elizabeth Islands in Massachusetts. Abandoned and set adrift in a… Continue reading Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk
This week's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is about literary characters we would name our pets after. When I started thinking about names I'd pick, I realized more than a few were Shakespearean. So I decided to tweak the topic a little! Granted, many of Shakespeare's characters were based on myths… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Shakespeare Characters I’d Name a Pet After
In a year full of constant upheaval, the last thing I needed was for this platform to completely change how to write posts. I'm sure I'll eventually get used to it, but in the meantime my posts are taking a lot longer to create because I have no idea what I'm doing with this editor.… Continue reading The New WordPress Editor
It's Tuesday so that means it's time for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week's topic is about titles of books that could double as awesome song titles. There's an endless amount of books that could fit this bill so it was difficult to narrow it down to just ten. Babylon's… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles that Would Make Great Song Titles