Queer Indie SFF Recs for Pride!

Ha. I almost typed Pride Moth and you know, I could totally work with that. A big rainbow-colored moth blazing holes of justice and equality throughout the world and in all things cashmere, its only kryptonite bright lights, the sun, and moth balls. I've already done posts kinda similar to this one, with Sapphics in … Continue reading Queer Indie SFF Recs for Pride!

Sci Fi REPOST Friday: Sapphics in Space (and Across Time)

A repost of this bad girl, because this month (and this move) has murdered my blogging abilities. Sapphics in spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace. I am so happy with publishing over the past couple of years, because not only have there been quite a few wlw science fiction and fantasy releases, but many of them (well, the ones I … Continue reading Sci Fi REPOST Friday: Sapphics in Space (and Across Time)

Sci Fi Friday: 30+ SFF Books by Asian and Pacific Islander Authors

May is National Asian-Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and while this is a US-national month, I'd like to focus on Asian and Pacific Islander authors from all over the world as well as in the US. Asian hate crimes and attacks have been on the rise over the past year, particularly attacks on elders and women. … Continue reading Sci Fi Friday: 30+ SFF Books by Asian and Pacific Islander Authors

Sci Fi Friday: Space Day Recommendations

The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever. Today is Space Day! And it's a Friday! Once upon a time, I dreamed of becoming an astronaut—probably like a lot of other kids. I was obsessed with space. I knew the planets, the moons, I learned as much as … Continue reading Sci Fi Friday: Space Day Recommendations

Book Review: Project Hail Mary

Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 🌺🌺/5 Ryland Grace wakes up alone, light years from Earth. He has no memory of how he got there, and his two companions are dead. As his memory slowly returns, he remembers he's on a mission to save humanity—the sun is fading and triggering an extinction-level event back home, … Continue reading Book Review: Project Hail Mary

Book Review: Fugitive Telemetry

Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 (Hey, I don't want me, either, but I'm stuck with me.) Murderbot is on Preservation Station, and trying to find a place for itself among the annoying humans. When a dead human is found in one of the alleys, all signs point to Murderbot—until Dr Mensah steps in and … Continue reading Book Review: Fugitive Telemetry

Sci Fi Friday: Sapphics in Space (and Across Time)

Sapphics in spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace. I am so happy with publishing over the past couple of years, because not only have there been quite a few wlw science fiction and fantasy releases, but many of them (well, the ones I read and go for) are ownvoices. No more cringey lesbians written by clueless white dudes (here's looking … Continue reading Sci Fi Friday: Sapphics in Space (and Across Time)

Book Review: A Desolation Called Peace

A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady Martine 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 First contact was for diplomats and people who got into epic poems. An alien enemy lurks at the edges of Teixcalaanli space, and when the commander of the fleet requests a language expert, Three Seagrass—still reeling from her part in the events two months before—hops aboard. But … Continue reading Book Review: A Desolation Called Peace