I can sympathise with Murderbot – sometimes I can’t function properly when I’m around other humans…
Decided to tackle another title from Phil Stamper – promising cute queer contemporary romance. And I’m just in the mood for this type of read!
Too often we focus on the negative or criticism, we need to remind ourselves of our achievements and successes too, otherwise we’ll all be living under a dark cloud. Comment below an achievement that you are proud of:
I’ve fallen in love with Murderbot and this series… it’s one of the best sci-fi collection I’ve read in a while. Still have The Expanse series lined up to tackle next, but does anyone have some great recommendations for awesome sci-fi series?
I am confusion!
Oh how a single word labelling a person can cause so much trouble. Women tearing each other down, jealousy, feeling threatened, or plain old sexism. I’m glad to see many replacing this word with #GirlBoss.
I started reading the BrainShip series in my teens and was a massive fan of Anne McCaffery… recently discovered there was another book in the collection that had slipped under my radar. Are there any books in series that have gotten published without you knowing? I’m going to have to go through my back catalogue and ensure nothing else has slipped through the cracks.
Life would be boring without adventure, failure, and unexpected surprises.
I have to read more Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner! And this adventure duology seems just the ticket!