Tag Archives: science fiction

A Summer of Short Stories!

Summer Sunset

I went on hiatus from posting to the blog back in March. Now, summer’s at an end here in the Witch City, so it’s time to get back to blogging with a summer recap. For the past few months, my focus has been on short stories, both reading and writing them!

Boskone – New England’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention (part 1)

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For any aspiring author of fantasy, science fiction, and horror fiction, Boskone is one of the best, most supportive communities in New England.

Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian Andy Weir

I just read a The Martian, a book loved dearly by a LOTĀ of people. I, however, didn’t love it. In my review, I discuss elements of this book that failed me.

My ReaderCon 2018 Experience (Part 2)

ReaderCon

It took two ridiculously long posts to cover all the fun of ReaderCon 2018, but I gotta say, I had an incredible time. If you’re a fan of science fiction and fantasy stories, you have to get to ReaderCon. You won’t be disappointed.

My ReaderCon 2018 Experience (Part 1)

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I went for three days without seeing the sun.   Not best practice in terms of health, but it tells you something about how busy I was at ReaderCon this past weekend. Quick disclaimer: This is going to be a long post, as will be the part 2 follow-up. I’m trying to paint a clear picture …

Book Review: Thunderhead by Neal Schusterman

I would argue that Thunderhead was an even better book than the first book in this series, and that’s a rare thing to find in the world of trilogies. Fast paced, high-stakes, multiple plot threads and character arcs, and an ending that left me desperate for more!