Tag Archives: sci-fi

Orson’s Last Card or what to do when a favorite author turns out to be a crazy bigot

Orson Scott Card isn’t playing with a full deck any more. It was well known that Card, acclaimed writer of Ender’s Game, arguably one of the best YA sci-fi books out there, is against gay marriage. And not just quietly … Continue reading

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The Long Chase and The Knife of Never Letting Go

The Knife of Never Letting Go  by Patrick Ness This is the story of a boy and his dog who can read each others’ minds. Actually, all the men on the planet in The Knife broadcast their unfiltered thoughts. It’s called … Continue reading

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Fantastic Recommends: Cinder

Cinder by Marissa Meyer Cinder has a problem with her foot. It’s the wrong size. Not her shoe, her foot. Because Cinder is a cyborg. Intriguing twist on Cinderella huh? Fairy tales seem to be made to be re-told and … Continue reading

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The Best of the Best YA Sci-Fi/Fantasy for 2012

Like a good book blogger, I’ve been reading a lot of year-end lists, and I started to notice a few repeats. Those always catch my attention. I thought I’d share with you the results of my very unscientific cross-reference of … Continue reading

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Free story: GREEN

My sci-fi story, Green, was shortlisted for The Reader’s 2012 Short Story Competition. It is currently showcased on The Reader’s website. You can read it there, or if you have an e-reader, you can download it for free on Smashwords. … Continue reading

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