Jun 30

The Oversight – Charlie Fletcher

About the Book Only five still guard the borders between the worlds. Only five hold back what waits on the other side.  Once the Oversight, the secret society that policed the lines between the mundane and the magic, counted hundreds of brave souls among its members. Now their numbers can be counted on a single …

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Jun 26

Wicked as they Come – Delilah S. Dawson

About the Book When nurse Tish Everett forced open the pesky but lovely locket she found at an estate sale, she had no idea she was answering the call of Criminy Stain, from the far off land of Sang. He’d cast a spell for her, but when she’s transported right to him, she’s not so …

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Jun 24

The Dark Between the Stars – Kevin J. Anderson

About the Book Twenty years after the elemental conflict that nearly tore apart the cosmos in The Saga of Seven Suns, a new threat emerges from the darkness. The human race must set aside its own inner conflicts to rebuild their alliance with the Ildiran Empire for the survival of the galaxy. Galactic empires clash, …

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Jun 23

Child of a Hidden Sea – A.M. Dellamonica

About the Book One minute, twenty-four-year-old Sophie Hansa is in a San Francisco alley trying to save the life of the aunt she has never known. The next, she finds herself flung into the warm and salty waters of an unfamiliar world. Glowing moths fall to the waves around her, and the sleek bodies of …

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Jun 20

Books I’m Eyeing

These past few weeks have been busy, and intense. The busy part I’ve added myself. I am trying to keep myself as absorbed in other tasks as I possibly can be – to keep myself from dwelling on cancer. For the most part, it works. Things in the cancer sphere are dragging on and on …

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Jun 19

White Heart of Justice – Jill Archer

About the Book Since Lucifer claimed victory at Armageddon, demons, angels, and humans have coexisted in uneasy harmony. Those with waning magic are trained to maintain peace and order. But hostilities are never far from erupting… After years of denying her abilities, Noon Onyx, the first woman in history to wield waning magic, has embraced …

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Jun 18

GUEST POST | Kevin J. Anderson on Returning to his Home Universe


I am a huge Kevin J. Anderson fan. The Saga of the Seven Suns was the first science fiction series I ever read (indeed, Hidden Empire is the very first science fiction book I ever read). I re-read it a year or so ago, and I still loved it. It’s just a fantastic series, and …

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Jun 17

The Boost – Stephen Baker

About the Book Ralf is a software prodigy. He works in the US government office that updates the software in the population’s boosts—networked supercomputers contained in a chip implanted within the brains of 99 percent of the world’s population. Invented by Chinese researchers in 2032, the boost is credited with leading humanity to its most significant …

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Jun 16

GUEST POST | Ria Bridges on Genre and Gender

Ria Bridges is a speculative fiction reviewer I pay a lot of attention to. Ria’s reviews are very thoughtful and she reads a ton of books that catch my interest. However, the one of the main reasons why she interests me so much is because of her openness regarding gender and sexuality, and her struggles …

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Jun 12

GUEST POST | When in doubt, call in a woman – Jaime Lee Moyer

Jaime Lee Moyer is a rising star in the genre. She has just recently released the second book in her Delia Martin series, A Barricade in Hell, was released on June 3rd. Moyer charmed me with her first book, Delia’s Shadow, which is completely against my nature with all things bookish. That’s a testament to …

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