Whew! Apologies for the late alert, readers. It has been a bit of a zoo behind the scenes here at A Song of Joy. So many projects, so little time…. The Planetary Anthology Series, as many of you may know, became defunct last year as a print and ebook series. You can still purchase the… Continue reading Bulletin: The Best of the Planetary Anthology Series is ALIVE!!!!
Tag: sci-fi series
A Reflection on Philip K. Dick’s Writings
An interesting read for sure. And since it is a piece from Voyage Comics and Publishing, don’t forget to check out this affiliate link for their Finnian and the Seven Mountains comics*, readers. Just like an Amazon Affiliate link, when you make a purchase through this, I receive a commission from Voyage Comics at no… Continue reading A Reflection on Philip K. Dick’s Writings
Strong Women in Sci-Fi – A List
I promised Foxfier a thank-you post and today I deliver it. Allow me to list some science fiction stories, including several which precede the New Millennium, readers! This list should be a good launch point for anyone interested in finding more fiction with strong female characters in the narrative. We are losing our memory of… Continue reading Strong Women in Sci-Fi – A List
In rebus gustum, non potest esse disputandum de ad libros
With thanks to Foxfier’s guest post here for the inspiration for the title, which translates to: “In matters of taste, there can be no debate with regard to books.” Although I am not one to publish “listicles,” as Foxfier mentioned in her own post, certain lists have been making the rounds. These say that X… Continue reading In rebus gustum, non potest esse disputandum de ad libros
Review: White Ops by Declan Finn
Whew! Apologies for the delayed review, readers. It’s been a busy time and I had to read this work in between breaks. Yes, it’s been that type of busy behind the scenes here at A Song of Joy and I am ashamed to say it has prevented me from reading and reviewing the early copy… Continue reading Review: White Ops by Declan Finn
Where No Man Has… Wait, What’s the Line Again?
Bloopers are some of the best parts of a film – if you get to see them. Older films do not always have extant bloopers to add to a DVD, and if the actors are no longer in the realm of the living, we have to hope they mentioned the things that went wrong in… Continue reading Where No Man Has… Wait, What’s the Line Again?
Review: Light Unto Another World, Vol. 1 by Yakov Merkin
Finally, I hear you say, another review! As I mentioned previously, readers, those are coming slowly but they are coming. I’m a bit busy with my own projects at the moment, which is part of the reason for the delay. More will be said about that another day, however. For now, let us dive into… Continue reading Review: Light Unto Another World, Vol. 1 by Yakov Merkin
“A New Universe…”
Pardon the quote from The Avengers*, readers, but it is fitting. Japan is going to attempt their own MCU-style film serial starring some of their most famous properties. These include Godzilla*, Ultraman, Kamen Rider, and an Evangelion series. Since I have not kept up with Evangelion I hesitate to say which version it is; the… Continue reading “A New Universe…”
Family Matters – Are Stories Surrounding Families Boring?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H4EBicz5qQ While taking part in the Superversive Livestream on Romance, one of this author’s fellow guests mentioned that “anyone who thinks life after marriage is boring” is misinformed. Reflecting on these words I was reminded of the many, many adventures I have had with my own family, as well as escapades related by friends from… Continue reading Family Matters – Are Stories Surrounding Families Boring?
Review: The Old Man and the Void by Karina Fabian
Whew! I am finally making something akin to a dent in my TBR pile, readers! Today’s gem is a book by Karina Fabian, author of the DragonEye, PI* series and Space Traipse* books. She has also written the Neeta Lyffe* zombie apocalypse series and The Mind Over* trilogy, so she has a backlist you… Continue reading Review: The Old Man and the Void by Karina Fabian