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Buncha cool links for you

Posted on: July 16, 2020

I’m not in the mood to write a review,  so here’s a buncha cool links for you.

I’ve been doing a series of interviews at Nerds of A Feather with the Hugo nominees for Best SemiProzine and Best Fan Artist. Click here, and scroll to enjoy.

Also over at Nerds of a Feather, Joe Sherry talks about the Hugo nominees for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long form (movies. they mean movies)

And over at SFF Book Reviews, Dina takes a look at the Hugo nominees for Best Graphic Story

Jacob over at Red Star Reviews has a really excellent and concise write up of what the heck is Warhammer, Warhammer40K, and Horus Heresy? now I know!

Jake is Reading really, and I mean really liked Chaos Vector by Megan E. O’Keefe

Fantasy Hive offers an indepth interview with Tasha Suri, author of Empire of Sand

Bookforager reviews one of my all time favorites, Swordspoint, by Ellen Kushner (YES! ALL THE HEARTS!!!!!), and thanks to her review I suddenly want to reread this book ten more times!

Apex Magazine has a rockin’ redesigned website, and did you hear? they’ll be doing a Kickstarter to get the magazine up and running again!

Drew at The Tattood Book Geek had a great time with The Unspoken Name by A.K. Larkwood

Bibliosanctum reviews Malorie, by Josh Malerman. I really want to read this book!!!

honestly, i love just everything on this website.

I’ve watched this video about a hundred times.

Anyone watching, or interested in watching the new TV show Brave New World? Here’s a nice long review, that might have spoilers.


yeah, that aughta keep you out of trouble for a while.


what have you been up to lately?


what am I reading, you ask?   I read Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik and really liked it, and I’m reading Time of Contempt by Andrez Sapkowski, and after a slow start now I’m addicted to it.

12 Responses to "Buncha cool links for you"

Thank you!! This made my day! 🙂 it was a lot of fun breaking all that down.

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you wrote a great article!!

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Got a kitten, which is consuming huge chunks of our time. HUGE chunks. I have been rereading the Pern books, am almost through the entire McCaffrey written ones. Don’t like the ones written by her son Todd. So next up will be a mystery, then the latest Michael Sullivan.


For kitten, see my blog.


KITTY!!!! yes, kittens consume HUGE chunks of time. but they make up for it by giving snuggles and purring.


What a great list. 🙂

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Thank you!! ❤
Am looking forward to exploring the rest of these links after work today. 🙂

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Thank you for the mention and for the awesome links! These were all really great reads!
And yes I suppose I did quite like that book 🤔

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I bought the new Dresden files novel because Amazon had a ridiculously impulsive price on it and I couldn’t resist. Now it’s sitting here, waiting to be read and I am trying to recall where we left the series whenever the last one came out. (I may need to wiki it). I’ve gone ahead and preordered the next installment which hits shelves in September. I admit part of me is nervous that Jim Butcher may pull an Orson Scott Card and spread one book into two. But then again, he’s never done this before….


How many Dresden books are there now? I remember enjoying the short lived TV show, but after only two or three of the novels I lost steam. If you can catch those e-book deals on Amazon, sometimes the prices are unreal! For long running series like this, Wikipedia can be a lifesaver, especially for side characters names you’ve forgotten, exactly what happened in prior books, who is related to who, etc.

Happy reading!


Peace Talks is the 16th installment in the series. There are 18 books now — two short story/novella collections out there. It’s daunting, but I’ve been caught up since book seven or eight and it’s one of the only series I’ve kept current on (well, current for me, that is!) The fact that we get two books this year after waiting at least two years for a new installment (I can’t recall reading one since Shortcake was born but my memory may be tricking me).

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can someone new to the series read the books out of order? because YES, 16 books, omg, daunting! i like big long series that while they make more sense if you read them in order, but the world won’t end if you don’t read them in order – Vorkosigan saga, Vlad Taltos, like those.


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