Genre: Science Fiction

March 21, 2019

Everything is Better in Space! | Guest Post

Guest Post by Joanne Rendell, co-author of Sky Without Stars
Everything is Better in Space! | Guest Post

Hello Knights! Who’s ready to rocket off into space? Joanne Rendell, part of the dynamic author duo of the upcoming YA sci-fi, Sky Without Stars (a re-telling of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo!) is stopping by the blog to share a guest post about. . . you guessed it, SPACE! Keep on reading for more info about the book! Everything is Better in Space! […]

December 19, 2018

Author Interview with M.K. England

Author Interview with M.K. England

Good morning, Knights! Who’s ready to blast off into outer space? Author M.K. England has graciously agreed to chat with me today about her debut novel, The Disasters, what a day in the life of an author is like, and the ultimate question: coffee or tea. (Side note, this interview also features my favorite GIF ever which is AWESOME) The Disasters released […]

August 20, 2018

A Seamless Blend of Sci-Fi, Culture, and Faith | Mirage by Somaiya Daud (Tour + #Giveaway!)

A Seamless Blend of Sci-Fi, Culture, and Faith | Mirage by Somaiya Daud (Tour + #Giveaway!)

Good morning, bookwyrms! Today I’m excited to help kick off the MIRAGE blog tour, hosted by Aimee @ Aimee, Always! I’ll be sharing my review as well as a fabulous giveaway so keep on scrolling! I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like Mirage before. It’s young adult for sure, though the character ages fall on the cusp, but the world […]

July 8, 2018

Long Winded and Annoyingly Narrated | Sanctuary by Caryn Lix

Long Winded and Annoyingly Narrated | Sanctuary by Caryn Lix

I think I missed the memo with Sanctuary because I wasn’t feeling it. YA sci-fi has always been a bit hit or miss for me and I thought that maybe this would be more in line with books like Illuminae or LIFEL1K3. Instead, a dragging start and annoying protagonist led to my lack of interest in the rest of the story. Kenzie is the daughter […]