eARC Review: John Scalzi & The Kaiju Preservation Society

The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi is comedy gold. That’s one of the best, most entertaining, smart books you’ll read. I’ve always loved books that don’t take themselves too seriously, as you can guess from my love for Martha Wells’ The Murderbot Diaries. And this is one of those books. It’s fun, full of […]

eARC Review: Gareth L. Powell & Stars and Bones

Gareth L. Powell’s Stars and Bones came out on the 15th of February, and it’s one of the best books you’ll read in 2022. Well, if you’re into space opera and cosmic horror. Which I am, and I enjoyed the book so much! I was lucky enough to receive a free copy of the book […]

The Imaginators by M.K. Valley: Blurb Reveal

The time has come, lovelies! The Imaginators by M.K. Valley (yes, yours truly) will come out any day now, to our horror. This short sci-fi novella is a labor of love. The Imaginators: The Origins of a Story It used to be a rejected submission of, what, five years ago. When I finally went back […]

eARC Review: Everina Maxwell & Winter’s Orbit

Everina Maxwell’s Winter’s Orbit lands on shelves with the promise of a reluctant romance with space and interstellar peace as the backdrop. I got a free copy of the book through Netgalley, and all opinions are my own. This review is a bit late. Winter’s Orbit dropped 14 days ago, February 2nd. Put it on […]

eARC Review: Clara O’Connor & Secrets of the Starcrossed

Secrets of the Starcrossed is book #1 in the Once and Future Queen trilogy by author Clara O’Connor. Is it good? Depends on your definition. My Secrets of the Starcrossed review will go over the plot and characters. I will be pointing out some weak points (weak in my opinion). If you have high expectations […]

Review: C.E. Clayton & Resistor

Resistor by C.E. Clayton is book #1 in the Ellinor series. My Resistor review goes over the awesome potential of this action-packed SF/F story. I got a free copy of the book through NetGalley, and all opinions are my own. I’d like to thank the author for giving us access to such a great read. […]

Short Story: Absence of Light by M. K. Valley

*Photo by Lucas Pezeta from Pexels Silent and numb, I stare through the tinted window in the backseat of the taxi. The night outside suffocates the city in its tight nebulous embrace. I barely register the tentative touch of the man next to me. He’s idly chatting with our driver. My preoccupation worries him, and it slithers in […]

eARC Review: Karin Biggs & The King’s 100

The King’s 100 by Karin Biggs is a summer read filled with magic and excitement! Due to be released on July 21st, I think it’s time to draw some attention to it. *taps mic* READ. THIS. DAMN. BOOK. For the longest time, I thought I was no longer fitted to read YA. I haven’t been […]

Review: Martha Wells & The Murderbot Diaries

Reviewing novellas like The Murderbot Diaries has always been very hard for me. They contain so much in such a small package, and I simply find it challenging. But with the release of Network Effect – the first full-length novel of the Diaries, thought I could give it a shot. So I sat down and […]

Review: Jim Keen & The Paradise Factory

The Paradise Factory is book #1 of the Cortex series, written by Jim Keen. The cover and the cyberpunk feeling to it immediately got me on board. Also, it was available for an immediate read on Netgalley, and given I just registered there, I couldn’t pass on the opportunity. Introduced as a Cyberpunk story set […]

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