Book Reviews

Beyond the Mask Anthology

Disclaimers Disclaimers: There are none. I bought this book as part of a charity fundraiser. Now I will return you to our regular scheduled book review. The Review Beyond the Mask is an Atlas-Fiction anthology themed around what happens to super-heroes when the not being, well, super-heroes. From nursing homes to betrayals and more, this… Continue reading Beyond the Mask Anthology

Random Sunday

Another Sneak Peek: Scars

Hey everyone! I'd meant to have something more for you all today. However, I got a bit too wrapped up in cleaning my house. I needed to capitalize on the fact my hubby and son were home so I could put them to work as well. Instead, I'll give you one more little sneak peek… Continue reading Another Sneak Peek: Scars

Book Reviews

The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

Title: The Accidental Time Machine Author: Joe Haldeman Genre: Science Fiction The Accidental Time Machine is the story of Matt Fuller, a MIT Grad Student who is failing out of his doctoral program and working as a lab assistant. While completing some routine work, he discovers one of his calibrators disappears for exactly one second.… Continue reading The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

Book Reviews

Nova EXE by Q Parker

Title: Nova EXE Author: Q Parker Genre: Technothriller Disclaimer: I received an Advanced Reader Copy from the publisher for a fair and honest review. What would you do if something claiming to be an artificial intelligence pops up in your computer asking for asylum? Connor had to decide just that when Nova showed up claiming… Continue reading Nova EXE by Q Parker

Other Randomness

OWS Cycon 2019: The Worlds of Nearspace by Sherry D. Ramsey

Welcome to another fantastic stop in our World-building Showcase blog hop! On this stop, we’re highlighting a story that isn’t dependent on the Earth for the action, but you can find a full list of authors and topics on the OWS Cycon website. Let’s dive in! Welcome Sherry D. Ramsey! Before we dive in to… Continue reading OWS Cycon 2019: The Worlds of Nearspace by Sherry D. Ramsey