Category Archives: science fiction

TBR Challenge: Honor’s Knight, by Rachel Bach

I didn’t think I’d finish this month’s TBR Challenge book in time, but misguided-afternoon-coffee induced insomnia changed that. For the same reason, this won’t be my most coherent post ever. By a long shot. This month’s theme was “Series Catch-Up,” and … Continue reading

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August Reading and September New Leaf

My holiday was great: a few relaxed days at either end with my parents (lake, porch, lots of reading time); a few days in Scotland (loved it!); and far too much time on planes and trains (I like trains, but … Continue reading

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Reunion Reading, or What I Did Instead of RT

I would have loved to go to the RT convention to meet blogger/Twitter/author friends in real life. But I already had an East Coast trip enshrined in my May calendar: my 25th college reunion, to which I had promised to … Continue reading

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Agamemnon Frost and the Serial Novella

I picked up the first of Kim Knox’s three Agamemnon Frost novellas after one was reviewed at Dear Author. While I didn’t like the series as much as Mary Kate did (they were all in the C range for me), I enjoyed them … Continue reading

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Rescue Me? Falling Free, by Lois McMaster Bujold

I started reading Lois McMaster Bujold with Shards of Honor, which sounded like just my thing (and was). When I wanted to venture further into the Vorkosigan saga, I discovered that, while Shards was the first to be published, it’s not the first in … Continue reading

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