book review, book tour, science fiction

Blog Tour: Orange City by Lee Matthew Goldberg

As part of the Blackthorn book tours publicity tour, I’m reviewing Lee Matthew Goldberg’s terrifyingly good nightmare, Orange City. About the book Imagine a secret, hidden City that gives a second chance at life for those selected to come: felons, deformed outcasts, those on the fringe of the Outside World. Everyone gets a job, a place… Continue reading Blog Tour: Orange City by Lee Matthew Goldberg

book review, science fiction

Space Murder by NL Haverstock

Want to read a cozy mystery in space that has a dinosaur creature as a mechanic? Heck yeah! Liz Laika was once the brightest and best the Fleet had to offer, but now she’s slumming it as captain to a beat up old freight carrier running supply deliveries. When a passenger is murdered and Liz… Continue reading Space Murder by NL Haverstock

book review, fantasy, horror, science fiction, short story

Dominion Edited by Zelda Knight

Twelve speculative fiction short stories and one poem from Africa and the African diaspora. As with all anthologies, there were some stories that appealed to me more than others, but over all there were more hits than misses. I loved the mix of horror, fantasy and science fiction stories in the anthology. I particularly enjoyed… Continue reading Dominion Edited by Zelda Knight

book review, horror, science fiction

31 Days of Horror: The Meaning of the Dark by Joseph Sale

Stars! Lost in space gets a new meaning in this gripping science fiction horror. Many years in the future, humanity has been driven from an uninhabitable Earth and travels through space on a colony ship called New Babylon. Adam is one of the elite pilots that search space for a new planet to colonize. After… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: The Meaning of the Dark by Joseph Sale

book review, horror, science fiction, short story

31 Days of Horror: The Infinity Order by Ben McQueeney

Time travel is a tricksy beast, as Rai finds out in this fun short story from Ben McQueeney. Rai wakes in a dungeon without memory of who he is or why he is there. He soon discovers his mission - to save humanity - but will he succeed? I enjoy the author’s writing style, so… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: The Infinity Order by Ben McQueeney