My August Reading Log

Nonfiction: Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction by John Rieder is highly recommended if if you’re at all interested in the subject. This book helped me make/clarify a plethora of mental connections between colonialism and Social Darwinism and racism and various types of early science fiction, from “undiscovered lands” adventures like H. Rider Haggard […]

My May and June Reading Log

Fiction: Wonder City Stories by Jude McLaughlin went along well with my recent comics reading. Wonder City is full of superheroes, and they all have stories: young superheroes just starting out, old superheroes who aren’t sure what timeline they’re in, legacy superheroes avoiding superheroism for all they’re worth. I particularly liked that the interweaving storylines […]

My February Reading Log

Fiction: Taking the Lead by Cecilia Tan is a contemporary romance with BDSM, first in a new series. The heroine and her sister have inherited their gazillionaire grandfather’s secret Hollywood BDSM club, and the hero is a rock star who’s fallen for the heroine and who happens to be dom to her sub. The characterization […]

My December Reading Log

Fiction: There’s Something About Ari by L.B. Gregg was novella length, I think, a m/m romance that never took off for me, though I did finish it. I picked up another in a long-running series. Obsession in Death by J.D. Robb was fairly rote, but it was ideal for circumstances in which I was constantly […]

April 2015 Reading Log

Fiction: Lone Wolf (Bluewater Bay Book 4) by Aleksandr Voinov and L.A. Witt is a male/male romance. I’d read one book previously in this series, which focuses on the creative personalities surrounding a series of werewolf books and the television series that follows (based on the two I’ve read!). This was the werewolf series author’s […]