Book Review: Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore, Matthew Sullivan

Book Review: Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore, Matthew Sullivan Fiction: Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore, Matthew Sullivan   Lydia is a bookseller at the Bright Ideas Bookstore. A large, independent bookstore in Denver, CO, it is the home for a number of quirky employees and for a number of regular patrons, the BookFrogs as the […]

Book Review: An Unkindness of Ghosts, Rivers Solomon

Book Review: An Unkindness of Ghosts, Rivers Solomon Science Fiction: An Unkindness of Ghosts, Rivers Solomon I love finding new books from authors with different voices. Often, their characters are refreshing and also speak with different voices, representing populations that open my eyes to people I might otherwise overlook.  Rivers Solomon is such an author, and […]

Book Review: Lincoln in the Bardo, George Saunders

Book Review: Lincoln in the Bardo, George Saunders Fiction: Lincoln in the Bardo, George Saunders George Saunders book “Lincoln in the Bardo” has won some of the most prestigious literary awards given, including being only the second American book to win the Man Booker Prize. It is an extraordinary book, truly unlike anything I have read before. […]

Book Series Review: The Invisible Library Series, Genevieve Cogman

Fantasy Series: The Invisible Library Series, Genevieve Cogman   The Invisible Library, Book 1 in The Invisible Library Series   The Masked City, Book 2 in The Invisible Library Series   The Burning Page, Book 3 in The Invisible Library Series   The Lost Plot, Book 4 in The Invisible Library Series   The Mortal […]

Author Spotlights: If You like Tom Clancy, You will Like Mark Greaney

Author Spotlights: If You like Tom Clancy, You will Like Mark Greaney Tom Clancy In the 1980s the Cold War was nearing its end, though no one knew it then. Into this backdrop of geopolitical tension and rivalry, Tom Clancy, an insurance agent from Maryland, published his first book. With brilliant and heroic CIA agent […]

Book Review: Redshirts, John Scalzi

Book Review: Redshirts, John Scalzi Celebrate First Contact in the Star Trek Universe, April 5th Book Review Science Fiction: Redshirts by John Scalzi Along with spin-offs, movies, toys, and inspiration to generations of scientists, Star Trek has given us something almost everyone can relate to: the “red shirt” joke. Several episodes of Star Trek involved a […]