Space Sweepers

I caught Space Sweepers at the end of February, a fun little Netflix movie perfect for fans of action-packed science fiction. This story reminded me a great deal of Outlaw Star and Cowboy Bebop, but with really excellent choices with regards to diversity (the universal translator that allowed everyone to just speak their own language... Continue Reading →

Reading Round-up: March 2021

Some of my favorite reads of the year so far, strongly leaning to romance, fantasy, and urban fantasy. A Witch's Heart by Genevieve Gornichec A long post about this book is coming next week, and I also mentioned it in my feminist re-imaginings roundup last week. Obviously I really, really liked this book. It's probably... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Firebreak by Nicole Kornher-Stace

Today we have another special book review post. The book is Firebreak by Nicole Kornher-Stace, and it's coming out on May 4, 2021 from Simon & Schuster. Aro/Ace, Science Fiction, Dystopia I read Firebreak by Nicole Kornher-Stace back in 2020, in November, while I had Covid. It's a story about a gamer named Mallory set... Continue Reading →

Erased: a delightful thriller

I've become a lot more selective about what anime I can commit to as I've gotten older. A lot of times I will watch one or two episodes of something that really seems like a good concept and just can't get into it. And at first, I thought Erased was going to be one of... Continue Reading →

Reading Round-up: February 2021

December and January were kind of a lot, so I ended up forgetting to add a few lovely stories to my January list. You'll see them here. Of course, I also read some great stuff in early February, some of which even came out in February (gasp!). Books are such a comfort. Depart, Depart by... Continue Reading →

Kate Daniels re-read

Back in 2020 I re-read the entire Kate Daniels series from start to finish in anticipation of the release of Blood Heir in January 2021 (reviewed in January's Reading Round-up). I also wanted to figure out what it is about Ilona Andrews' work that is so much fun to read, in the hopes of being... Continue Reading →

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