I’ve lugged veritable carloads of novels home from Half Price Books, most of which have subsequently been lugged back to Half Price Books for reselling. The Darkangel came home with me, oh, five or six years ago, and has sat brooding on my shelf until a few days ago, when I finally decided, Eh, it’s time.
But it was not quite what I thought it was going to be. … More The Darkangel
Working for the Devil Lilith Saintcrow Spoiler Rating: Low-to-Moderate Dear Ashers, Due to unforeseen events (of which you and Katie already know the details, so I won’t bore any other readers with them), I’ve read not even a single page in the last week. I did promise you a letter today, and a letter you … More Working for the Devil
Hello again, Katie!
As you’re aware, I’m more of a fantasy guy than a sci fi one, but it’s safe to say my sci fi preferences lean strongly toward cyborgs and mecha-centric stories–so you can imagine my delight when a friend let me borrow Keeping It Real, which features a cyborg woman defending an elf man (who’s a rock star, FYI) against politically-motivated assassination attempts. But alas, this book and I didn’t get along as well as I’d anticipated. … More Keeping It Real
I immediately thought of you when I saw this book. A Southern Gothic tone, and takes place in a small seaside community? Sounds like something you’d like, right?
Well. Maybe. Maybe not. … More Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea