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Reading for Fun

Last month, I wrote about a certain reading goal (that I am already skeptical of fulfilling), involving a certain list that I think is just about as close to comprehensive and varied as a reading list can get.  613 more words


Fortune's Pawn by Rachel Bach & DarkShip Thieves by Sarah A. Hoyt, March reads for Vaginal Fantasy book club

Here are my reviews for March’s reads for Vaginal Fantasy book club, as always I include my favorite quote from the books.

Fortune’s Pawn was written in 2013 by Rachel Aaron under the pen name Rachel Bach and is the first book in the Paradox series, this is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main book for March. 634 more words


Twist your genre with Sci-fi stories

In current phenomenon the craze of Science Fiction has become the most preferred genre for max readers. From early times ,stories added with action and mysteries drew a little more interest compared to general stories. 278 more words

Great Science Fiction Novel

These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner

First off- this cover is one of the prettiest things I’ve seen. Although, throughout the novel I didn’t see any relationship with the title, I still think it is beautiful. 1,120 more words

The catch-22 in the phrase "strong female character"

Strong female characters.

I have a huge issue with that sentence. Issues is the better word.

The first issue is one that is a byproduct of the phrase “strong female character”. 594 more words

Sci-fi Books

Jak Phoenix on Scribd!

If a Scribd subscription is your preferred way of getting your hands on ebooks these days, I’m happy to let you know that the Jak Phoenix Space Adventures… 46 more words

Independent Authors

The Last Colony - John Scalzi

One thing about Scalzi’s work is how accessible it is. He writes so simple and that’s not a knock on his writing skills. John Scalzi is an incredible writer. 149 more words

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