The Mad Scientist’s Daughter is a story of love, loss, and robots by by Cassandra Rose Clarke. It is definitely worth a read.
I can hardly believe it’s that time of year again already; The thirty-third annual collection of The Year’s best Science fiction is slated to be released this July. You can pre-order your copy at Amazon. (That’s not even an affiliate link) I buy this anthology every year and I’ve been doing so for over twenty […]
I’m Currently reading The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirtieth Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois. There are several excellent science fiction anthologies and collections published each year, but I’ve been reading Gardner’s collection for over a decade. Each year he assembles a selection of stories from the best and brightest in speculative fiction. The stories vary in length from a few pages to multi-chapter novella.
Zero History follows Hollis Henry, former lead singer of the 1990′s band “The Curfew”, who now works as a freelance journalist. Henry his hired by eccentric Hubertus Bigend to discover the origin of a secret brand. This book marks the second time that Hollis Henry has found herself in the employ of Bigend. She was […]