book review, horror, science fiction, short story

The Visitor by S A Asthana

A Western, science fiction, horror mash up - what’s not to love? Jill Thorn is on the run, and after days of travel, she winds up in a small town deep within Apache country. Unfortunately for Jill, she has arrived at a time when this town is a very dangerous place to be. At only… Continue reading The Visitor by S A Asthana

book review, book tour, science fiction

Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

I’m very pleased to be part of the My Bookish Life blog tour for Jon Richter’s new book, Auxiliary: London 2039. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to post my review yesterday as planned, but I hope you will agree that it’s better late than never. About the book The silicon revolution left Carl Dremmler behind. Now… Continue reading Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

book review, book tour, science fiction

The Girl Who Found The Sun by Matthew S Cox

It’s a Blackthorn Book Tour day! I’m thrilled to be part of the tour for Matthew S Cox’s science fiction novel, The Girl Who Found The Sun. About the book It started with the insects. The mass die-offs had been a warning unheeded. Before society realized the danger, the Earth had inexorably begun a transformation… Continue reading The Girl Who Found The Sun by Matthew S Cox

book review, poetry, science fiction

An Untoward Bliss of Moons by Terrie Leigh Relf

A collection of science fiction poetry that takes the reader to new worlds. There are 78 poems held captive between the covers of this slim volume. While all are science fiction, some of the poems have a horror element, while others are more metaphysical. I’ve spoken before about my difficulties with reviewing poetry. I’ve not… Continue reading An Untoward Bliss of Moons by Terrie Leigh Relf

book review, fiction, science fiction

Oversight by Michael Bailey

A collection of two novellettes and a short story that will stir your emotions, and make you think. The first novellette, Dark Room, concerns a pair of elderly sisters who travel back in time to their childhood. It’s an imaginative way to describe memories, and the theme of shutting your eyes to avoid the truth,… Continue reading Oversight by Michael Bailey