This weeks most successful post was Formidable Female Protagonists in Science Fiction part 2 and 10010 Top Military Science Fiction Series.
- Benita Alvarez-Shipton – the Perfect House-wife
- Kris Longknife – Princess & Officer
- Tobin Kerr – Leading From Below
- Sassinak – Older Than Her Mother
- Sharrow – Symbol of a Solar System (new-to-me)
Other posts that might interest:
- New Heavy Metal Pulp Cover: The Blodstained Man by Christopher Rowley (Netherworld 2)
- Stargate Universe episode 1.13 – Faith a review
- Travis Yanan Reviews Betwixt, Nikita and Nomads Pilot Scripts
- Stargate Universe 1.14 – Human
- I Guest Reviewed Pleasure Model by Christopher Rowley on Temple Library Review. Thanks Harry and congratulation to two years.
- Half Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 2) – audio book
- The Sagittarius Command by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 3)
- Shadow of the Scorpion by Neal Asher (an agent Cormac novel)
- Gridlinked by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 1)
- The Line of the Polity by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 2)
- Brass Man by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 3)
- Full Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 3)
- Double Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 4)
- Captain’s Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 5)
- A Mighty Fortress by David Weber (Safehold 4)
I usually update the TV Pilot Roundup every day and make a post of it if it’s news worthy. There hasn’t been much news lately but with May we should start to see which pilot makes it to series.
This week there will be micro recaps from David Weber’s upcoming book Mission of Honor on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I try to keep them spoiler free.
It’s also time for the usual monthly posts next weekend. My Monthly Journal should be up next weekend. You can read March Journal here. What’s New and Returning on TV in May should be up at the same time.
Don’t forget Walker of Worlds Sci-Fi Appreciation Month during April. Last week now.