REVIEW | The Black Stars Collection

I read The Forward Collection and followed it up with The Trespass Collection, which I thought was the whole lot. It turns out there's a lot of collections I missed, and The Black Stars Collection is the next one I stumbled across! They're available in ebook and audio via Kindle Unlimited, which is a great deal for lots of interesting short fiction. If you'd like to sign up for Kindle Unlimited, my link is here and at the bottom of this review. This collection is a sci-fi collection by Black authors looking at new worlds.

BLOG TOUR REVIEW | The Kaiju Preservation Society | John Scalzi

I don’t know what I was expecting from this book, but it wasn’t what I got. What I got was an amazing, light-hearted and fun read that was like reading a bubblegum pop song. I loved every second of it. Even during the tense moments of this book, it stayed hilarious and the tone has me absolutely obsessed with this book. I can’t wait to clear some more of my TBR so I have an excuse to buy more of Scalzi’s work after reading this one.

REVIEW | Subject Twenty One | A.E. Warren | Tomorrow’s Ancestors #1

an invite for the blog tour for SUBJECT TWENTY ONE, and I signed up because I love sci-fi and the cover is pretty. Picked it up one evening to read a few chapters and get a feel for the writing and I read the entire thing in two sittings - I only stopped to sleep. I can't wait to get my hands on THE HIDDEN BASE, and I'm glad I don't have to wait long to read the sequel. Rating: 4 stars!