May ’19 #ReadWomenSF – Ursula K. Le Guin Month

All the information is in the blog title, but if you didn’t quite catch it, this month we’ll be intrepidly exploring one of URSULA K. LE GUIN’s science fiction worlds. Now, I could list the extensive selection of awards this lady has won or been nominated for over the years to give you some idea of how important a writer Le Guin […]

April ’19 #ReadWomenSF – Competition Winner & Voting

First of all, a big thank you to everyone who entered or shared the competition to win four titles from our #ReadWomenSF’s reading list. I had some really great book recommendations come through. I’ve picked a winner, though, and it goes to a Twitter user by the name of @LM_Towton. Congratulations! I’ll be posting through your prize just as […]

#ReadWomenSF – April 2019 Competition

Hallo! I’m BACK. The break over Christmas turned into a three month hiatus (because writing and deadlines), but I’m pretty confident all will be forgiven because I return with a BOOK GIVEAWAY. To mark #ReadWomenSF’s 1st year anniversary, I’ll be giving away four titles from our current Reading List (which you can find here). Three are […]

AUGUST ’18 #ReadWomenSF – Becky Chambers Month

In celebration of the brand new instalment in the Wayfarers series (releasing on the 24th July), August’s #ReadWomenSF will be your choice of a Becky Chambers’ book. Following the successes of The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet and A Closed and Common Orbit, excitement levels are staggeringly high for book three. So here’s your […]

#ReadWomenSF Book Review – KINDRED (June 2018)

This month’s #ReadWomenSF book was my very first foray into the works of Octavia E. Butler. Recently re-released with BEAUTIFUL new cover art by Yeti Lambregts, Kindred is a time-travelling historical novel set between 1970s California and pre-civil war Maryland. With this new edition, I’m sincerely hoping this book finds lots of new readers because, honestly, […]