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January 29, 2023

The Books that Made Me – The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin

I waffled over a few different books here but, even at the risk of sounding cliché, ended up landing on The Fifth Season. Now, I should mention my other “Finalist”…
January 27, 2023

Review – Lost in the Moment and Found by Seanan McGuire

“The mind is bad at holding on to terror” Seanan McGuire has rare ability to delve into deep subjects, in this case loss without drowning the reader in sorrow.  This…
January 27, 2023

Ten Best Indie Fantasy and Sci-Fi Books I have read

As anyone who reads my posts knows, I am a huge fan of indie fantasty and science fiction. It comes with the territory when you're an indie author. However, there's…
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January 25, 2023


    Six Elementals Author Interviews will introduce prospective readers to some of the best writers in their genre you may, or may not, have heard of, via a series of…
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January 25, 2023

Review: The Only Living Girl on Earth by Charles Yu

"Told, fittingly, in interconnected fragments, The Only Living Girl on Earth captures a place where only fragments of its landscape remain. At once dead serious and playful, recognizable and as…
January 25, 2023

Television Review – The Last of Us S1E2 “Infected”

"INFECTED" is the second episode of THE LAST OF US series starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey. In the not-so-distant future (really the alternate present), the cordyceps fungus has infected…
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January 24, 2023

Real Shit and Book Shit with K R R Lockhaven

It was my pleasure to talk Real Shit and Book Shit with fantasy author K.R.R. Lockhaven, who's as swell a human as I've had the pleasure to meet.  Dan: Hey…
January 23, 2023

Review – GOODBYE TO THE SUN by Jonathan Nevair

I didn't read a lot of Sci-Fi in 2022, but boy, what I did read was outstanding! The sci-fi book that impacted me the most, that I finished in the…