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Monteverde: Memoirs of an Interstellar Linguist by Lola Robles, translated by Lawrence Schimel first English edition 2016, originally published in Spanish in 2005 where I got it: purchased new . . . . . . What’s twitter and social media good for, you ask?  Of course I can’t find the tweet now, but Rachel Cordasco […]
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Ten years ago I wouldn’t have known a novella if one bit me on the ass.   Five years ago,  novellas were those things in short story collections that I avoided, because I thought they were too long.   Novellas are weird little things – way way too long to be short story,  way way […]
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Welcome to  Five for Friday! The concept is simple – it’s a Friday, and I post a photo of 5 books, and then we chat about them in the comments. The only things these books have in common are: – they were on my bookshelf – I’m interested in your thoughts on them. have you […]
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I’ve been on a time travel kick lately.  And who doesn’t like time travel, in all it’s wibbly wobbly timey wimey wonderfulness?   I love it when authors think to themselves “let’s travel through time, what could possibly go wrong?”.    You don’t need a Delorean or a TARDIS to travel through time. Sometimes time […]
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Permafrost by Alastair Reynolds published in March 2019 where I got it: purchased new . . . . . Time travel is quickly becoming my favorite science fiction subgenre.  I blame Doctor Who, who made it look fun, safe, and something that can be resolved in an hour.  I blame my love for the phrase […]
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Welcome to  Five for Friday! The concept is simple – it’s a Friday, and I post a photo of 5 books, and then we chat about them in the comments. The only things these books have in common are: – they were on my bookshelf – I’m interested in your thoughts on them. have you […]
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Blackout by Connie Willis published in 2010* where I got it: purchased used . . . . I finished reading Connie Willis’s Blackout shortly after blogging about how much of a Lobster this book is.  When I wrote that blog post, I was about half way through the book, I am pretty sure I read […]
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Welcome to  Five for Friday! The concept is simple – it’s a Friday, and I post a photo of 5 books, and then we chat about them in the comments. The only things these books have in common are: – they were on my bookshelf – I’m interested in your thoughts on them. have you […]
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For the first entry in this series, and more info on The Big Book of Classic Fantasy edited by Ann and Jeff Vandermeer, click here.   This isn’t braggable progress through The Big Book of Classic Fantasy, but darn if I didn’t enjoy the hell out of this week’s stories!  This week I got to […]
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Stay Crazy by Erika L. Satifka Published in 2016 Where I got it: purchased new . . .. . . .     Erica Satifka’s Stay Crazy came out in 2016, and while I was lucky enough to get to interview Erica back in 2016, I’ve not had a chance to sit down and read […]

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