Book Reviews

Blog Tour: Space Taxis by A&H Frost

"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

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Bought/Borrowed Because They Were Hugo Award Winners

This week's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a freebie about books we acquired for a specific reason. I of course decided to go with a more sci-fi take on the topic! The Hugo Awards began in 1953 and are awarded on an annual basis for achievements in science fiction and fantasy.… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Bought/Borrowed Because They Were Hugo Award Winners

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2020 TBR

Winter is nearly over! To mark the changing of the seasons, this week's Top Ten Tuesday is about the books we plan to read over the next few months. If you'd like to take part in TTT, head over to That Artsy Reader Girl to find out more. Spring is my absolute favorite time of… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2020 TBR

Book Reviews

Sixteenth Watch by Myke Cole

Released: March 2020 Publisher: Angry Robot Pages: 432 Rating: 5/5 Sixteenth Watch: A colloquial term to refer to any military duty anywhere in space. It refers to the 16 sunrises seen on the International Space Station (ISS) in a single Earth Day. From the publisher: A lifelong Search-and-Rescue woman, Coast Guard Captain Jane Oliver is… Continue reading Sixteenth Watch by Myke Cole

Book Reviews

A Beginning at the End by Mike Chen

Released: January 2019 Publisher: Harlequin - MIRA Pages: 400 Rating: 4/5 What if the world hadn't ended, but was just on pause? From the publisher: How do you start over after the end of the world? Six years after a global pandemic wiped out most of the planet’s population, the survivors are rebuilding the country,… Continue reading A Beginning at the End by Mike Chen

Monthly Wrap Ups

Monthly Wrap Up: November 2019

It's nearly time for my December wrap up, but because of my trip back to California to see my family and all the normal Christmastime festivities, I'm a little behind on my blogging. One of my 2020 resolutions will certainly be to keep up with my blog more! During the month of November I read… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: November 2019

Book Reviews, Bookish Posts & Tags

First Impressions Friday: Forward Series

For some, it's the end of the world. For others, it's just the beginning. With brilliant imagination, today's most visionary writers point to where the future is headed-whether plotting a high-tech casino heist, exploring the boundaries of a video game, or debating the very definition of identity. From the darkly comic to the chilling, they… Continue reading First Impressions Friday: Forward Series

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Changes In My Reading Life

This week's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a little bit different than usual: it's all about how your reading habits have changed. As we get older, we grow as people and our lives go down different paths so it stands to reason that the way we read would shift, too.… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Changes In My Reading Life

Book Reviews

Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse

Released: June 2018 (November 2019 in the UK) Publisher: Saga Press (Hodder & Stoughton in the UK) Pages: 305 Rating: 4.5/5 While most of the world has drowned beneath the sudden rising waters of a climate apocalypse, Dinétah (formerly the Navajo reservation) has been reborn. The gods and heroes of legend walk the land, but… Continue reading Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse

Book Reviews

Scarlet Traces edited by Ian Edginton

Released: September 2019 Publisher: Rebellion Pages: 288 Rating: 4/5 Mars was defeated in the War of the Worlds, but what became of humanity afterward? Set after the events of H.G. Wells' seminal War of the Worlds, the British Empire has taken hold of the Martian machinery left behind on the battlefields.  They have discovered the secrets… Continue reading Scarlet Traces edited by Ian Edginton