Review: The Last Gifts of the Universe by Rory August

I read The Last Gifts of the Universe by Rory August for the Ready Player Read(athon) because it fit the Book by Discord Member-prompt. I picked this book during a promotion without knowing much about it. After reading the first few pages, I knew it was going to be a fun little book (around 200 Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Kate Stevens

Kate Stevens Kate Stevens is a writing pair who love sci-fi and fantasy romance with strong, quirky heroines and hot, alpha males. They’ve been devouring romance novels and soaking up every detail since they were far too young to be reading them. When not writing, you can find them comparing their favorite love interests, baking Read More

Book tour: The Great Convergence by Thomas Kast

Thank you to Kaleidoscope Tours for having me on the tour! Thomas Kast was kind enough to share a few things about his characters, what makes them tick, and what you can expect from this exciting science-fiction book. Who do you think is the most interesting? Thank you so much, Thomas, for the detailed descriptions! Read More

#indieapril Sale: Fantasy, Science-fiction, and Horror

To celebrate #indieapril, I wanted to connect authors and readers, and what is a better way than by hosting a large sale? When I started planning it early this year, I never expected there was this much interest from the indie author community. This is the first time I’m doing this so it wasn’t an Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: G.M. Nair

G.M. Nair G.M. Nair is a crazy person who should never be taken seriously. Despite possessing both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering and a job as an Aviation and Aerospace Consultant, he has written comedy for the stage and screen, and made the logical leap into the highly un-lucrative field of independent Read More

#indieApril Kick-off

Just like last year, we’re celebrating indie authors in the month of April. There will be daily author spotlights and I’ve asked a few authors to a grand #indieapril sale! Celebrate the indie space The bookish indie space is ever-expanding. More authors are joining the indie author lifestyle, and whether that is going the self-published Read More

ARC Review: Far From The Light Of Heaven by Tade Thompson

Thank you to Nazia Khatun and Orbit for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. After I finished Rosewater, I was pretty excited to start my next Tade Thompson book. Far From The Light of Heaven is nothing like Rosewater and at the same time, it’s similar. You’ll recognise certain recurring themes, Tade’s voice, Read More

ARC Review: The Infinite Library and Other Stories by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo

Thank you to Isabel from Gaudy Boy for sending me an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Victor Fernando R. Ocampo is one of the authors I’ve had my eye on for a while. So when the email dropped in my inbox asking if I wanted to review his short story collection, I immediately Read More

Review: Seven of Infinites by Aliette de Bodard

I’m continuing my quest to read all books released by Aliette de Bodard and when my friend got a copy of Seven of Infinities, I asked if she wanted to read it together. It was actually my first buddy read ever, and really enjoyed it as we explored the mystery as we went. Seven of Read More