Plans for the Week

I am having a wonderful weekend with lots of reading and writing for you next week. There are upcoming book reviews and a Trends in Current SciFi post to be expected

I was on holiday since Wednesday with a lot of reading getting done and I have finished a couple of really good books and written a review of Elizabeth Moon’s Oath of Fealty and one of The Crucible of Empire by Eric Dlint and K. D. Wentworth.

I also did the usual end of/start of month posts:

To make life easier for others to find good and especially new science fiction books I also made my previous private Links page public, use it to make your own favorite new books lists.

Upcoming Reviews:

  • The Trade of Queens by Charles Stross (Merchant Princes 6) read last week
  • Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley (The Quiet War 2) read last week, review on Temple Library Reviews Tuesday April 6.
  • The Myriad by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 1) read last week
  • Wolf Star by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 2) read last week
  • Coyote Destiny by Allen Steele (Coyote Chronicles 2)
  • Dust by Elizabeth Bear (Jakob’s Ladder 1)
  • Chill by Elizabeth Bear (Jakob’s Ladder 2)
  • Shadow of the Scorpion by Neal Asher (an agent Cormac novel)
  • Gridlocked by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 1)

I usually update the TV Pilot Roundup every day and make a post of it if it’s news worthy.

There will be micro recaps from David Weber’s upcoming books A Mighty Fortress and Mission of Honor on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I try to keep them spoiler free. A Mighty Fortress is soon to be published so there is only a few days left on it.

I will try to finish a new posts for Trends in Current Science Fiction this week. Last week I wrote about Reality TV.

And a review of Caprica’s spring finale (it will be back September 17) is still around the corner, I just have to watch it first.

A Review of Fringe and Stargate Universe’s returns from hiatus is also expected during the week.

Monday you will get What’s New or Returning on TV This Week .

Tuesday I will guest blog on Temple Library Reviews with a review of Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley.

Don’t forget Walker of Worlds Sci-Fi Appreciation Month during April.