Weekly Journal June 20-26 2011

Midsummer passed without a glitch, just wished my head wouldn’t hurt so much the day after. Against all scientific calculations the weather was fine too.

Things are heating up before the holidays. We always have a lot to do and this week was a day short so my hobbies suffered a bit. Only one week left until I go on holiday though…

I am mentally back from Eurocon2011 now and hope to present my experiences next week. It is hard to know where to begin, so much happened.

My book of the week is All the Windwracked Stars by Elizabeth Bear. What happens after Ragnarok? Read it and find out…

/Ove

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New SFF Books in July

My pick of books for June. Read my recommendations here or click on the covers for larger pictures.


New SFF Books in June

My pick of books for June. Read my recommendations here or click on the covers for larger pictures.

Read this week

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  1. Patriots by David Drake (Baen 1996) – re-read
  2. The Pandoran Age Chronicles (Omnibus The Rise of the Taloned Sire, The Pandoran War) by Dante D’Anthony (Chronos Production 2010)- review copy from author
  3. Quozl by Alan Dean Foster (Ace 1989)
  4. All the Windwracked Stars (The Edda of Burden book 1) by Elizabeth Bear (Tor 2008)
  5. A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire book 3) by George R. R. Martin (Random House Audio 2004, 1st 2000)

Please see my to-be-read list and request reviews

Reviews of Earlier Reads

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  1. Dreadnaught (Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier 1) by Jack Campbell (Ace 2011)

Please see my list of books pending review and request reviews