I’ve decided that each weekend shall be the time I take to discuss books I’ve received to review and/or books I’ve bought the week before, and any news that particular caught my interest. Books Received:
- Aftermath of Armageddon (#2 FirstWorld Saga) by Christopher Jackson-Ash (Aurealis Judging)
- The Shadow’s Heart (#3 The Risen Sun) by K. J. Taylor (Aurealis Judging)
- Inside Out by Will Elliot (Aurealis Judging)
- The Eternity Gate (#2 The Timekeepers) by Traci Harding (Aurealis Judging)
- Wall of Spears (#3 Empire of Bones) by Duncan Lay (Aurealis Judging)
- North Star Guide Me Home (#3 Children of the Black Sun) by Jo Spurrier (Aurealis Judging)
- Demon Child (#2 Celestial Battle) by Kylie Chan (Aurealis Judging)
- Bound (#1 Alex Caine) by Alan Baxter (Aurealis Judging)
- Obsidian (#2 Alex Caine) by Alan Baxter (Aurealis Judging)
- The Sorcerer’s Spell by Dani Kristoff (Aurealis Judging)
Tansy Rayner Roberts is one of my favourite authors. She is currently releasing a weekly web-serial that shall run for the next year and a half, called Musketeer Space – a gender-swapped retelling of The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, set in space.
To find out more about this, please click here to see Tansy’s blog entry.
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For listeners of the podcast Galactic Suburbia, you can now patreon them per episode, and get a bunch of cool incentives along the way! Recently having hit 100 episodes and proud winners and nominees of multiple awards, they’re easily my favourite podcast.
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- As we can expect, John Scalzi has written up a well-rounded, interesting post of the Amazon email that went out last week. The tl;dr version is: ‘Amazon is not our friend’.
- The Galactic Suburbia Podcast episode 106 has a very interesting discussion on how social media has changed. Are we witnessing the death of blogs as we use twitter/facebook now for the everyday chat, and blogs are now for hosting other types of posts instead? You can listed here!