For the record, my plans for this weekend included neither watching Oppenheimer and Barbie, nor writing up reviews about both the films and the “challenge.” Not to mention, I was only interested in seeing Oppenheimer; I was going to wait for Barbie to come out either on streaming platforms or on DVD/Blu-Ray. Then, some of my original plans fell through and… Continue reading “Barbenheimer”: Is It Worth Seeing Both?
It's time to announce the finalists for the Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards 2023. Amongst all of the nominees, the judges, the other bookbloggers, and I were surprised that we didn't have "stacked" finalists like we did last year. Although, we our votes resulted in there being 2 finalists per category, it shouldn't surprise you… Continue reading SCKA 2023: The Finalists
300th Post! 10 Years of Blogging! I had wanted to write another essay about a topic related to speculative fiction, then I noticed that I am in my 10th year of blogging. And, wow! 10 years of writing and blogging. It's amazing by how much time has past when it doesn't always feel like a… Continue reading A Reflection of My Writings
BLOG TOUR presented by Ace, OSD, and Penguin Random House The Weaver and the Witch Queen: A Novel By: Genevieve Gornichec Published: July 25, 2023 Genre: Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Fantasy, Mythology You have so much to fight for, and when it’s over—when you’ve sent you enemies to feast in our halls, when you’ve made… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: The Weaver and the Witch Queen
BLOG TOUR presented by Flatiron Books The Deep Sky: A Novel By: Yume Kitasei Published: July 18, 2023 Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller After spending the first ten years of their mission in hibernation, they had woken eleven months ago, as planned, flying through deep, empty space, light-years from anything. Radiation, cosmic rays, star dust, and… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “The Deep Sky”
We made it to the halfway point of 2023. So far, I've read and finished 22 out of the 50 books of my Reading Goal; and, 6 of them (speculative fiction) were released this year. Yes, I know I've been slower with my book reviews now more than ever; but, many of you know I've… Continue reading The Midpoint of 2023: Favorite Speculative Fiction Books So Far & Other Reads