Cat thought the Hydra epidemic was over, but when new cases pop up, Cat must team up with an enemy to fix the vaccine before the virus spirals out of control in this thrilling sequel to This Mortal Coil, which New York Times bestselling author Amie Kaufman says “redefines ‘unputdownable.’” The nightmare of the outbreak… Continue reading Book Review: This Cruel Design by Emily Suvada
Don’t fear the dark. Fear the light. The end came when light changed. It decimated humanity, leaving scattered bands of survivors stumbling in the dark. Faced with saving himself or his family during the apocalypse, John Piscus made the wrong choice, and has been living with the guilt ever since. When a… Continue reading Book Spotlight: The Darkening by Chris Sarantopoulos
Could be his job as a janitor at an insane asylum, could be the meaninglessness of existence, could be the unwanted cilantro on his tacos. Whatever the reason, Jim has elected to commit suicide. But before he can do the deed, a mysterious resident at work equips him with a dog and a bag of… Continue reading Book Review: Cryptofauna by Patrick Canning
Way back (a little over a month ago), I posted about doing Camp NaNoWriMo in July, and also posted about where I was mid-way through. Well, now July is done, and I’ve actually hit my goal! I’ve been working on a story that hovers between a science fiction and urban fantasy story depending on my mood and what… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018: I Did It!
We don’t get visitors. Not out here. We never have. In Iain Reid’s second haunting, philosophical puzzle of a novel, set in the near-future, Junior and Henrietta live a comfortable, solitary life on their farm, far from the city lights, but in close quarters with each other. One day, a stranger from the city arrives… Continue reading Book Review: Foe by Iain Reid
In the kingdom of Sempera, time is currency—extracted from blood, bound to iron, and consumed to add time to one’s own lifespan. The rich aristocracy, like the Gerlings, tax the poor to the hilt, extending their own lives by centuries. No one resents the Gerlings more than Jules Ember. A decade ago, she and her… Continue reading Audiobook Reviews: Everless & Red Rising
So a short while back, I posted about my plans for July’s Camp NaNoWriMo. I was planning to continue with a story I’d started back in April and hopefully make some real progress on it, since I’d not made my goal for the April camp and I’d been majorly slacking since on actually getting any writing… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018 – A Mid-Point Update