Don’t miss these 25 YA fantasy titles!

I know as well as anyone that publishing can be… overwhelming. (You can ask my boyfriend about the walls of books in our office.) So I’ve put together 25 YA fantasy titles that shouldn’t be missed. Speculative fiction has exploded in the young adult category, and the past decade alone has seen some really incredibleContinue reading “Don’t miss these 25 YA fantasy titles!”

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Drop what you’re doing and go buy Ann Leckie’s PROVENANCE

Maybe I’m being a bit dramatic. But I’m also not. Provenance marks a return to the universe of Ann Leckie’s Imperial Radch trilogy, which began in 2013 with the award-winning Ancillary Justice. Provenance is similarly centered around a plot of intergalactic political intrigue, following a young woman who’s frankly too inexperienced to navigate the situation she’s put herself in.Continue reading “Drop what you’re doing and go buy Ann Leckie’s PROVENANCE”

New review at Girls in Capes: The Obelisk Gate by N.K. Jemisin

Check out my review of The Obelisk Gate by N.K. Jemisin at Girls in Capes! The Obelisk Gate is the second book in N.K. Jemisin’s Broken Earth series, and it was one of my most anticipated books out this summer as well as one of my most anticipated books of 2016. The bar was set pretty high,Continue reading “New review at Girls in Capes: The Obelisk Gate by N.K. Jemisin”

Read my review of K.B. Wagers’ BEHIND THE THRONE on Girls in Capes

Check out my review of BEHIND THE THRONE in Girls in Capes! I also love the way that the book addresses not only who she is as a gunrunner (basically a glorified space pirate), but who she is as the heiress to the empire and as a woman. Her heart is broken over her lovedContinue reading “Read my review of K.B. Wagers’ BEHIND THE THRONE on Girls in Capes”

New blog at Oktopus Ink: Celebrating APIA SF/F authors!

I’ve got a new post up at the Oktopus Ink blog! In honor of May’s Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, I listed 8 science fiction and fantasy books by American authors of Asian or Pacific Islander heritage to check out. Find the whole list here.