October and September had so many new releases that my last post on upcoming science fiction and fantasy novels didn’t even get to the books in November and December! These two months are generally shorter on new books than the rest of the year, but I do have some exciting new titles to share with…
Are you excited about the new science fiction and fantasy books coming out this fall? I sure am! Here are some of the books I’m looking forward to.
The next three months are bringing a ton of incredible books! I can’t wait to get my hands on all of these.
Hello everyone! This spring is bringing some truly fantastic new releases, and I’m here to share with you the upcoming books I’m most excited about!
Over a month ago, I promised a list of recommended SFF short fiction published in 2017. I meant to get to it in the first week of January… and here we are, in February. Oh well. Better late than never? Anyway, these are my favorite stories of 2017! I hope you find some you enjoy….
I read 167 books this year, which is about thirty less than last year. I’m not sure if there’s a reason for the decline, although I suspect that 167 is about normal for me and that 2016 was just a strangely high number of books read. Anyway, this post will be some statistics about my…
While 2017 hasn’t been a great year in a lot of ways (oh so many ways), it has been a pretty good year for books. Especially science fiction and fantasy. As always, it’s incredibly hard to narrow it down to a list of favorites, but I’m giving it a go. All of these books are…
As 2017 draws to a close, I look forward to the new books that 2018 offers.
If there’s a canon of science fiction, it’s pretty overwhelmingly white. But those aren’t the only stories told, and white men aren’t the only people telling the stories. So as part of Sci-Fi Month, I’ve decided to put some focus on science fiction stories written by people of color.
Hello everyone! As part of Sci-Fi Month, I’ve decided to write a list of some of my favorite science fiction books with queer protagonists. These books contain protagonists who are bi, lesbian, ace, intersex, trans, or other LGBTQIAP+ identities and span subgenres from military science fiction to techno-thrillers to superheroes.