This Is How You Lose The Time War: A Feminist Book Review

Damn this book was good. That’s it. That’s the review. (Just kidding.) But really, This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone quickly became one of the best books I read in 2020. A novella, I started reading in the afternoon…and only put it down when my phone died.… Read More

The Acid Test of Naia Mills: A Feminist Book Review

I’m almost certain Fiona J.R. Titchenell has never been a con artist on an intergalactic space station, but she could’ve fooled me. The Acid Test of Naia Mills, the first in Titchenell’s series of novella-length science fiction fairy tale adaptations, was so textured it jumped right off the page. Before starting the novella, I wondered… 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

The Heaviness of Knowing: F-BOM Book of the Month Review

We are pleased to announce Sharolyn G. Brown’s The Heaviness of Knowing as our Winter 2018 F-BOM Book of the Month. Here’s your spoiler-free review of the novel. Then, download your copy here and start reading. We look forward to hearing your personal reviews in the F-BOM forum! Not offensive to women = 1/1 pt… Read More

Surrender to “Blood’s Force”

This month I have the pleasure of announcing that author Ellis Morning‘s novel Blood’s Force is the August Book of the Month. Blood’s Force is book one in the “Sword and Starship” series.¬†The story is set¬†in a corner of a universe where technology is demonized, spaceflight is fast becoming a lost art, and interplanetary politics… Read More