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Best Books of 2014: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

All of us here at Bookkaholic love…well…books.  My genre of choice is speculative fiction: science fiction, steampunk, fantasy, graphic novels, basically anything that slightly smacks of “geek.” I enjoy ...
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My Top 4 Fantasy Novels

Define what makes a book fantasy. Really think about it and all the hundreds of books that fall into this genre; it’s sort of a go-to for all the “stuff” that doesn’t fall into one of the other, more def...
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Review: CyberStorm by Matthew Mather

As of the 2012 census, there are approximately 2.1 million farms in the entire United States, versus 8.3 million people living in New York City alone! It’s obvious that America has become a nation that expects to be taken...


Author Interview with JT Sawyer

I, like many sci-fi lovers right now, am on a zombie apocalypse kick and I stumbled on a new author. JT Sawyer currently has three books out in his First Wave series about a biogenetic virus that has been released from the lab ...
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Review: The Cure by Douglas E. Richards

Who are the good guys? Douglas E Richards has an amazing talent at keeping the reader guessing.


Author Interview with Geoffrey Morrison

Several months ago I read and reviewed a great post-apocalyptic sci-fi novel called Undersea. Author Geoffrey Morrison has managed to create a world of believably advanced technology cobbled together from decades-old decaying p...
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For Those in Peril on the Sea, Colin M. Drysdale

Eternal Father strong to save Whose arm has bound the restless wave Who bids the mighty ocean deep O hear us when we cry to Thee For those in Peril on the sea Can you imagine leaving port one sunny day on some rich person’...

Author Interview with Drew Karpyshyn

Author Drew Karpyshyn has had an incredible career in the sci-fi/fantasy world. Working for the video game company BioWare as a writer on Star Wars: The Old Republic and Knights of the Old Republic, Mass Effect, as well as seve...

Literary Prizes

2014 Hugo Award for Best Novel

Winner of the 2014 Hugo Award for Best Novel: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie On a remote, icy planet, the soldier known as Breq is drawing closer to completing her quest. Breq is both more than she seems and less than she was....

A Chat with Author Michael J. Sullivan

Michael J. Sullivan, author of the recently released Hollow World, takes some time to answer a few questions.   RS: Thank you for taking some time out of your busy schedule to do this; it is very exciting for our little bo...