So, my first grown-up book of 2019 was Nomad of the Emirates by E.B. Dawson (I mentioned this in a previous post). This book was fantastic, and reminiscent of Ursula Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness, which I read last year at the recommendation of author Thomas Fenske. As in The Left Hand of … Continue reading Short Stories and Sci-fi – Stepping out of my comfort zone (and a book review!)
2018 was... busy! Most importantly, my family gained a new member in my wonderful son, who is now three months old. His birth and the many, many hours spent nursing (and my stint on bedrest) enabled to me to read A TON, but not review a whole lot. Here are the stats: Goodreads Challenge: Goodreads … Continue reading 2018 Reading Recap and Welcome, 2019!
Some of you may remember that a while back I posted a mini-review of A.R. Geiger's Birdwoman, a collection of short stories. Well, Of Mice and Fairies is a second collection--very different from the first!--of short stories put out by Geiger, and it doesn't disappoint. Of Mice and Fairies is a collection of inter-connected stories … Continue reading Book Review: Of Mice and Fairies by A.R. Geiger