New releases and a suggestion on how to use books to encourage social distancing
Martha Wells, J.S. Dewes and Julie E. Czerneda are featured in this roundup of upcoming releases.
Sometimes March roars in like a lion and roars out the same way. It seems everybody wanted to have an early release this month
Oddly, the sex and killing are incidental. In the end, it’s about the main character becoming human despite having been shaped as a weapon
Whether you’re still in lockdown, snowed in, or just taking some time for yourself, I’ve got good news. There’s more science fiction coming out this February than you can shake a lightsaber at
A new year, a fresh start, and lots of great books to read. I’ve got high hopes for 2021. This month we’ve got two books with parallel world themes, Tim Pratt’s fanciful Doors of Sleep, in which a man wakes up in a new world every time he falls asleep. He’s a little bit Dr. […]
Stanley Kubrick offered two visionary glimpses of the future in his films. We really need to get better at picking futures.
Enjoy these new releases as you put 2020 in the rear view mirror
When the Core General ambulance ship, I Race To Seek the Living, arrives at the centuries-old STL colony ship Big Rock Candy Mountain, they find the crew of thousands in cryo, weird Tinkertoy bots everywhere, and a golden fembot named Hellen Alloy watching over them.
Want to or need to ignore the election results? Here are some suggested reads.
If you want hardcore eco-sf, this is your book, but if you want something that speaks to the same points but has a story that pulls you in, I recommend his earlier book, 2312
Ghosts in the machine are fine by me, but that’s where I like to keep them. 2020 has been scary enough already.
…and a forthcoming short will conclude the series
Like many other temps, Anna works for a soulless company with little regard for the people it uses up. The only difference is that she temps in the underworld of supervillains
Robots and Space Opera feature in this month’s roundup
Praise for Strahan’s annual best anthology
Debut novels galore! Hard SF, Mil-SF and more!
Without a time machine, time progresses in one direction, at the same inevitable pace from which there is no escape. Which means, July is fast approaching. Fortunately, Earnest has your reads covered.
Check out the latest upcoming releases
Space opera, resurrected heroes and military SF roundout this roundup
You can always read….
Coming in March, an interesting selection of selected reads
February is a month on hold, when time is frozen, waiting for something to happen. It’s so bad that the greeting card industry had to create a holiday just to keep from having to shut down for the month. Fortunately, all that stasis makes it a perfect month for reading; thankfully, we’ve got some excellent […]
Some new releases for the new year
While you’re waiting to unwrap your presents, pick up something fun to read
There’s about four months worth of reading packed into this survey, so you all better get to reading!
Whether you like the pumpkin spice offerings of literary sf, the fresh apple cider of time travel with some humor thrown in, or the rich October brews of space opera, there’s something for pretty much everyone this month.
September promises a rich harvest of end-of-summer reading for science fiction fans. You can start off your month with Evan Currie’s mil-sf-space opera, Archangel One and some paranormal tales with The Nobody People by Bob Proehl and Dave Hutchinson’s The Return of the Incredible Exploding Man, then go on to a fine piece of hard-sf with Becky Chambers new novella To Be Taught, […]
15 caosule reviews offer more than enough to check out for the month
Old stuff, new stuff, SF cool stuff. Ernest happily adds to your Mount ToBeRead