Veronica is back! And we have good news about TorCon, lots of new book recommendations from iO9, thoughts on the phrase “Asian Fantasy” and our kick-off of the June book pick, Piranesi by Susannah Clarke.
The final book of the Expanse has been handed in for publication. Feelings of joy and sadness hit Tom. Plus, did Murderbot convert Robb Dunewood into a SciFi fan. Find out!
We have finalists in the Ignyte awards, Locus awards, some upcoming release dates for new Green Bone Saga stories and why Robb Dunewood has stopped worrying and learned to love the Murderbot.
Hugo awards are out and we’ve almost read all the authors! Jenny Colvin from Reading Envy is back but we also have hints of a new forthcoming host of Sword and Laser. Plus our last delightful thoughts about the House on the Cerulean Sea!
#408 – You Can’t Spell Young Adult without Adult by swordandlaser
Alex Brown is back, the Nebula nominess are out and they are great! We also discover new teas, the real flavor of crab chips, and talk about our thoughts on Elatsoe by Darci Little Badger.
Alex Brown is here and we talk about all the excellent books getting nominated for and winning awards. Plus why Amazon won’t sell ebooks to libraries, how animated rat skeltons are pretty awesome and we kick off our March book, Elatsoe!
The hosts of the SMR Podcast join Tom to discuss The Fold by Peter Clines. Is the main character overpowered? Can they convince Christ to read the book? Plus why kids these days get to tour potato chip factories AND the beginning of March madness!
So many new reading list suggestions from Locus to the ALA to TheMarySue. Plus George RR Martin updates on his progress. And Rod Simmons from SMR Podcast is here to disucss this month’s pick The Fold by Peter Clines.
Mallory O’Meara from Reading Glasses is back and she’s very skeptical about adapting the Sparrow for television. The hands alone! Also new Game of Thrones universe TV options and our final thoughts on The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline.