Tag: science fiction

Book Review: The Disciple and Other Stories of the Paranormal by Gini Koch writing as Jemma Chase

Book Review: The Disciple and Other Stories of the Paranormal by Gini Koch writing as Jemma Chase A time-traveling vampire hunter. The search for the hottest place on Earth. A salvage hunter at the edge of the galaxy. A maze that grows more terrifying with each turn. And someone trapped in a deadly game of […]

Book Review: A Cup of Joe by Gini Koch writing as Anita Ensal

When Emily smiles at David, the Chosen One, as if he’s a normal person, his sheltered existence plunges into terror and deception, forcing him to see that the world might not be as perfect as he’s always believed. If the choice is between love or perfection, which would you choose? Time again to talk about […]

Book Review: Medusa Uploaded by Emily Devenport

Book Review: Medusa Uploaded by Emily Devenport My name is Oichi Angelis, and I am a worm. They see me every day. They consider me harmless. And that’s the trick, isn’t it? A generation starship can hide many secrets. When an Executive clan suspects Oichi of insurgency and discreetly shoves her out an airlock, one […]

Review: “Star People Legacy” by T.L. Smith

T.L.Smith, living Arizona, originally from Louisiana, is ex military and a writer of military science fiction with strong female characters. One of the unique aspects to her writing is her mix of aliens with the legends and stories of mythology. This concept is what made me want to read her novella because one man’s story […]

CoKoCon 2018 Recap

CoKoCon 2018 was a smashing success! We had wonderful interactions with all the authors that we work with on a regular basis. We sold out completely of three of Beth Cato’s books! We loved working with our local author guest of honor. Harry Turtledove, our Author Guest of Honor, was fantastic, personable, knowledgeable, and charming. […]

CoKoCon 2018: News Update!

Do you have your membership to CoKoCon 2018 yet? Guess what, the convention is in two weeks and if there is any author you want to buy a book from or meet, now’s the time to get your membership before prices go up. Right now, until August 24th, price is $50 for adults and half […]

Review: “Netflix’s Lost in Space”

I have to admit to being far too young to have watched the original Lost in Space when it was on the air and even more, I only watched it a tiny amount in reruns. Since I watched it, I’ve heard mixed reactions to the original but I was neutral when they re-imagined the show […]

Review: “Aliens Abroad” by Gini Koch: New Faces, New Places

One of the things Gini Koch says to her fans on a regular basis, is things have to happen. This is a book where those things happen. While that is neither good nor bad, it makes this book one of my new favorites in the series because big events happen in this story and it […]

Review “Pacific Rim Uprising”

One of the things I loved the most about the first Pacific Rim movie was the fights between the giant robots and killer Kaiju. Not going to lie, never expected more from the film than that and it did not disappoint, having a decent story and lots of interesting characters added in. I’ve loved Voltron […]

Review: “A Wrinkle in Time” Beautiful Message But Missed Opportunities

I will begin with saying there was no way I was going to miss this movie. I fell in love with the book as a twelve year old, connecting deeply with Meg, the first female character whose imperfections and beauty resonated with me, allowing me to learn who I was as a person. In addition, […]