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Hunting Kat by PJ Schnyder

Science Fiction Romance I received Hunting Kat as a free ebook from Carina Press.  Like many of Carina Press’s publications Hunting Kat is a short novella of 90 pages.   Kat Darah was captured and given a virus that changed her into … Continue reading

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Accidental Abduction by Eve Langlais

Science Fiction Romance Accidental Abduction is another Science Fiction Romance with a familiar plot; a feisty earth girl meets big strong purple alien and true love follows.  It is how Eve Langlais uses the plot that makes this story so … Continue reading

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Discovery – a Far Out Romance by T.M. Roy

Science Fiction Romance The author says that Discovery – A Far Out Romance is “a short and sweet read, something easy to polish off in an afternoon at the beach or with a pot of tea and a fire”.  I have … Continue reading

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Interview With Kristine Kathryn Rusch

I emailed Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Kris) two weeks ago and asked if she had time for a short interview.  She was in the middle of a project and asked if I had a specific time line to reply.  I told … Continue reading

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact and Asimov’s Science Fiction

    I have several favorite authors and I hate the long wait between books.  Analog Science Fiction and Fact and Asimov’s Science Fiction magazines help break that wait up.  Some of my favorite Science Fiction authors often have short … Continue reading

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Steamrolled by Pauline Baird Jones

  Steampunk/Science Fiction Romance Steamrolled is set in the same universe as The Key, Girl Gone Nova and Tangled in Time.  Some books in a series can stand-alone.   I don’t think Steamrolled is one that can.  At the very least … Continue reading

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City of Ruins by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

  Science Fiction Once I started reading I could not put City of Ruins down. Wonderful, amazing, marvelous, fabulous, riveting, thrilling, and exciting, are just a few of the adjectives that come to mind when I think about the Science … Continue reading

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Leviathan Wakes, by James S.A. Corey

Leviathan Wakes is old time Science Fiction combined with some old time detective work.  Humans have made their way out into the Solar System but have not found a way to get to the stars.  However, over 2 billion years … Continue reading

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Fuzzy Nation, by John Scalzi

Fuzzy Nation, by John Scalzi Billed as a reboot of Little Fuzzy, Fuzzy Nation is indeed a reboot. Gone are mentions of contragravity and collapsium. Also gone is the Yeoman Farmer pipe-dream that was always a hallmark of H. Beam … Continue reading

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Old Man’s War, by John Scalzi

“I did two things on my seventy-fifth birthday. I visited my wife’s grave. Then I joined the army.” So starts Old Man’s War. Published by Tor, it’s a different kind of military science fiction. The book tells the story of … Continue reading

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