New to the blog? A short definition of speculative fiction:Speculative fiction is an umbrella term that covers spectacular and imaginative fiction such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, urban fantasy, paranormal, slipstream, superheroes, alternate history, post-apocalyptic, and apocalyptic.
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A semi-current list of what I’m reading:
The Demi-Monde: Winter - Rod Rees
Empire State - Adam Christopher
Forgiven - Jana Oliver
Miscellaneous short stories and novellas
Tag Archives: historical fiction
I first read the then-available books in Jean Auel’s Earth’s Children series (The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of Horses, The Mammoth Hunters, and The Plains of Passage) when I was in seventh and eighth grade, and have … Continue reading
I very much enjoyed this novella, and it left me wanting more. If not more of Dancing Cat, since her story is told, then more of the Battle Cliffs and Red Valley tribes, more of their ancestors’ interference, more of Ball’s writing. Continue reading
Overall, Wind Warrior was an easy read, nothing challenging. It hit a number of the stereotypes I’m growing accustomed to seeing in romances-manly scents, feminine curves, that sort of thing–which you might be looking for in a romance. Continue reading