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: translation
The cultural history of the vampires is rich without being overly detailed. You get hints of individual and shared history without long digressions that weigh the story down; it’s exactly the right amount to give the characters some depth and make this secret society feel real. Continue reading
I very much enjoyed The Lord of the Sands of Time. Ogawa utilizes every word to create a rich reality and examine the human condition. It is a tightly paced narrative, action-packed. Continue reading