Shorts on a Theme: The End of the World

I’m not sure why I enjoy reading end of the world scenarios so much, but they’re one of my favorite sub-genres. I mean, I just took an hour walk outside admiring the springtime green, my neighborhood’s┬álovely flowers, the birds singing, and what do I do when I get home? Decide to write a post recommending … Read moreShorts on a Theme: The End of the World

Reading Railroad: September’s Reading

Everything I read in September. I didn’t finish much this month! Novels The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco. To be published in March 2017. Tea discovers she’s a bone witch after raising her brother from the dead, but bone witches are both powerful and feared. Her life won’t be an easy one. While some teens … Read moreReading Railroad: September’s Reading

Book Review of Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman

Title and Author: Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman Publication Date: February 2015 Genre: Short Story Collection, Speculative Fiction How I got it: Bought from Amazon when it went on a kindle daily deal   Review: Trigger Warning is full of the creepy and unsettling. With a few exceptions, these short stories … Read moreBook Review of Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman

Book Review of Dreams of Distant Shores by Patricia McKillip

Title and Author: Dreams of Distant Shores by Patricia McKillip Publication Date: June 14th, 2016 Genre: Fantasy, short stories How I got it: NetGalley. Thanks to Tachyon Publications and NetGalley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Review: At the recent International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, … Read moreBook Review of Dreams of Distant Shores by Patricia McKillip

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