This is the next short story in the Event Horizon 2017 collection of short stories highlighting authors who are eligible for the 2017 Campbell award for best new writer.
Published: July, 2016 at Strange Horizons (you can either read or listen to the story for free at that link)
Genre: science fictional fantasy
Setting: California, late 1800s (most likely, since it was after the San Francisco riots of 1877)
Summary: Short version: Mystical energy from a kimkim is used to heal people Continue reading
This book was declared a gateway book for the post-apocalyptic genre by Tor (in this post) . I happen to love post-apocalyptic books, and yet hadn’t read this one, so of course I had to put it on my TBR list. I decided I needed a genre break and read it now.
Genre: zombie thriller/post-apocalyptic
Length: 403 pages
Setting: near London, England, near future
Summary: Short version: The zombies always win Continue reading
I’ve seen this book mentioned positively numerous places and finally picked it up from the library.
Genre: YA urban fantasy
Length: 352 pages
Setting: mostly Cairnholm, Wales, in the present day and 1940 Continue reading