There are so many science fiction and fantasy books coming out in the last three months of 2022! I'm so excited, and also wondering how the hell I'm going to read all the things. Triage. Triage is key. Also, I am loving the revival/resurgence of witchy romances. Not necessarily urban fantasy or paranormal fantasy, but … Continue reading 27 SFF Releases, October-December 2022
Okay, so it's almost halfway through July for this post, but that's okay because there are so many exciting SFF releasing coming in August and September (and the rest of July)! Despite number, this is far from an inclusive list, as these are the books I'm most excited about, and therefore the list skews non-cis … Continue reading 31 SFF Releases, July-September 2022
It's hard to believe it's almost 2022. Anywho, here's a wish for you. May your TBR be plentiful. May your reads be five-stars. May the science fiction flourish and the fantasy contain dragons. May the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ authors get the same or better marketing as the whyte epic fantasy authors. May the fields and … Continue reading Upcoming SFF, January-March 2022
Just when I thought I would never catch up (what a laughable thought, right?) on the 2020 releases, suddenly 2022 is right around the corner and I'm left in a panic. First of all, what the fuck happened to 2021? Second of all, 2022?! Where are the flying cars I was promised? What happened to … Continue reading Upcoming YA, January-March 2022
I always feel so awkward stumping for my writing. Wooooooohoooooo imposter syndrome. However, I'm incredibly proud about my fiction, and the fact that ever so slowly, after many fits and starts and self doubt, my work is being published. I've been feeling incredibly grateful and overwhelmed with everything being published this fall (six short stories), … Continue reading Promo Time: Two Anthologies releasing today!
I have a new short story out! Okay, technically it's been available on Amazon (in print and ebook) form since October 1st, but "Tell the Crows I'm Home" is available for free on Metaphorosis Magazine's website. "Tell the Crows I'm Home" is one of the most intensely personal short stories I've ever written, although I … Continue reading Short Story Release! Moody, Queer, Softly Dystopian and Free!
Two mini graphic novel reviews that I promise I will keep short and sweet! And there's a theme beyond them being two middle-grade/lower YA graphic novels, I swear. The Dire Days of Willowweep Manor by Shaenon Garrity 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 On a dark and stormy night, Gothic romance-obsessed Haley sees a stranger drowning in the river. Of … Continue reading Two Mini Reviews: The Dire Days of Willowweep Manor and Long Distance
While July and August are kinda slow release-wise (for SFF books I'm interested in, anyway—there are a lot of big name authors releasing stuff these months, who I don't particularly care for, and then a bunch of contemporary romance authors for whom I do care), September is promising to kick off a fantastic fall release … Continue reading Upcoming SFF Jul-Sep 2021
My 100% completely arbitrary list of the YA releasing in the third quarter of 2021. This is by far not a comprehensive list of what's being released this quarter (all of September alone would break the limits of WordPress), just the ones that I'm really excited about. Will I be able to read all these? … Continue reading Upcoming YA July-Sep 2021
There are a lot of repeats on this one, since I got through three (three) of my June ARCs last month and while I'm happily working my way through The Jasmine Throne, I am feeling very, very behind and I do not like it. But right now I'm up to my eyeballs in packing material … Continue reading June 2021 TBR