The Warrior and the Flower: A Feminist Book Review

Camille Picott is the author of many independently-published science fiction and fantasy novels honoring her Asian heritage. The Warrior and the Flower takes us to the fictional World Kingdom and neighboring countries, all based on or inspired by Asian cultures of our world (but with lightning magic). The magic system was awesome, and the writing… Read More

The Private Life of Jane Maxwell: F-BOM Book of the Month Review

Here’s our spoiler-free review of The Private Life of Jane Maxwell by Jenn Gott. Get your copy by becoming a member today and then join us in the member portal to get your questions answered by Jenn! When recently-widowed Jane Maxwell is fired form her job as comics creator, she thinks she’ll never see her… Read More

Catalyst Moon: Incursion F-BOM Book of the Month Review

Here’s our spoiler-free review of Catalyst Moon: Incursion by Lauren L. Garcia. Get your copy by becoming a member today and then join us in the member portal to get your questions answered by Lauren! In a world where magic is misunderstood, mages are feared. Even Kali, a mage, doesn’t know what she’s capable of.… Read More

The Imperial Alchemist: F-BOM Book of the Month Review

Here’s our spoiler-free review of The Imperial Alchemist by A.H. Wang. Get your copy by becoming a member today and then join us in the brand-new Member Portal to get your questions answered by A.H. Wang! Two thousand years ago, Emperor Qin sent his trusted adviser Hsu Fu on a quest for immortality. He was never seen again. Now,… Read More

Citadel of the Sky: F-BOM Book of the Month Review

        Here’s our spoiler-free review of Citadel of the Sky by Chrysoula Tzavelas. Get your copy by becoming a member today and then join us in the F-BOM forums. We look forward to hearing your thoughts! On Chrysoula Tzavelas’s author website she describes Citadel of the Sky as the first installment of a pentalogy that explores “what happens generations… Read More

Into the Drowning Deep: A Feminist Book Review

In 2015, Imagine Entertainment sent a ship filled with media personalities, scientists, and crew to discover whether or not mermaids exist. No one truly expected for the made-for-TV voyage to be successful, but when the ship turned up weeks after being lost at sea with horrifying video and no bodies, it was obvious they had… Read More