Science Fiction

Ten of My Favorite Things

Ten of My Favorite Thingsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Faberge Nostromo, author of As Dreams Are Made On I grew up in the East End of London before escaping to East Anglia. I’ve been a civil servant, a tea boy, sound engineer, a librarian and an IT consultant but always knew that I was a writer. I now live deep in […]

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Movie Review: Man of Steel

Movie Review: Man of Steelby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Man of Steel – Heart of Gold. Remember the original Superman movies that had the late Christopher Reeve being sexy as well as super? Then you might like this better than the previous one with Brandon Routh in the starring role. In Man of Steel, Henry Cavill dons the outfit and […]

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Review: A Spy to Die For (Assassins Guild, Book 2) by Kris DeLake

Review: A Spy to Die For (Assassins Guild, Book 2) by Kris DeLakeby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Skylight Jones is a woman like no other. I find that she loves double cheeseburgers at a restaurant on Krell – and she likes her bacon wiggly (sounds appetizing, yum). Jack Hunter also likes the same establishment. But he likes his burger with extra bacon (this is starting to make me […]

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Review: Wit Awakening by Maria Violante

Review: Wit Awakening by Maria Violanteby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: We have all seen androids in movies and in popular literature, so what happens when an entity known as a Wit female submits to De Leon who wants to have her fight for him in his dangerous arenas. She is called Leah, and is as beautiful as she is dangerous […]

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Review: Waking Up Immortal (Universal Security, Book 1) by Rachel Carrington

Review: Waking Up Immortal (Universal Security, Book 1) by Rachel Carringtonby Keira G

Hero: Kier is part-man-part-machine and is the head warden for the most dangerous prison in the galaxy. One particular inmate is a huge problem and despite all efforts to isolate the man and contain his powers, the inmate keeps progressing forward a master scheme to get revenge and gain his freedom. So when the inmate’s […]

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Review: Eviction Notice by Robyn Wyrick

Review: Eviction Notice by Robyn Wyrickby Karin

Reviewed by Karin I thoroughly enjoyed Eviction Notice. I didn’t want it to end, so instead of blitzing through it, I tried to savor it. The author has a wonderful imagination, and the book flows well. I was given a copy to review, but that has not influenced my feelings for the book. The book […]

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Get into Bed with Cheryl Brooks (Author Interview 3)

Get into Bed with Cheryl Brooks (Author Interview 3)by Keira G

Keira: A naked, bareback, horse riding alien – okay what inspired that?! *nudges with elbow* Share the goods! Cheryl Brooks: One of the traits I gave Jerden was his animal magnetism, and women aren’t the only ones susceptible to it. I knew there wouldn’t be much in the way of sexual heat until later in […]

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Review: Fortune’s Hero (Soldiers of Fortune, Book 1) by Jenna Bennett

Review: Fortune’s Hero (Soldiers of Fortune, Book 1) by Jenna Bennettby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Quinn Conlan is attached to a very creepy machine. You can see right away that he is a soldier. Automatically, I thought of Han Solo of “Star Wars” fame. Elsa Brandeis works for the enemy but is she as bad-ass as Quinn thinks she is? Elsa does not remind me of […]

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