Dark Factory by Kathe Koja

Let’s start by saying, Kathe Koja’s Dark Factory is a fun read! The ultimate dance club where the next step in AR/VR technology, called “Y,” allows clubgoers to customize the experience. Put that tiara on and go wild. I loved the characters in this book, and there were a lot of them, but I felt Read More …

READ FOR PIXELS CHARITY ANTHOLOGY – GIVING THE DEVIL HIS DUE

The Twilight Zone meets Promising Young Woman in Giving the Devil His Due, The Pixel Project’s first charity anthology under their Read For Pixels program which has been published in partnership with Running Wild Press on September 1st, 2021. 100% of the net proceeds from the sales of the anthology will go towards supporting The Pixel Project’s anti-violence against women Read More …

Nathan Pyle’s Strange Planet

This book will bring joy to all who read it. Simultaneously silly, dry, hilarious and profound, Nathan Pyle’s Strange Planet is populated with the most observant aliens I’ve ever [not] met. Touching on every topic imaginable, these “down to earth” aliens can put things in perspective. It is my go-to thought for the day book. Read More …

The Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon

This was such a great read, a futuristic story covering historical topics: slavery. The entire story takes place on a massive ship named the Matilda as it travels through space taking its inhabitants to a “Promised Land.” The world-building on the ship is extremely detailed and imaginative. Unfortunately, the ship is broken down by class, Read More …

Review of Ariadne, I Love You by J. Ashley-Smith

Review Ariadne, I Love you is a haunting new novella from J. Ashley-Smith (The Attic Tragedy) about unrequited love that is both beautiful and seriously creepy. Jude is a down-on-his-luck Alt-Country musician who has landed a comeback gig that brings him back into the life of his former bandmate, Ben, who also happens to be Read More …