Sad Puppy’s Read!

Boosting the signal. From Monster Hunter Nation:   BOOK BOMB! Novellas from the Sad Puppies Slate! Posted on February 18, 2015 by correia45 Today we are Book Bombing the three suggested novellas from the Sad Puppies slate. These are novellas that the Evil Legion of Evil thinks are great, and should be considered for fancy awards.…

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Rabid Puppies: the Enfoaming! — the Slate

Here is the Rabit Puppies slate. Take your pick, or add your own! BEST NOVEL Monster Hunter Nemesis by Larry Correia, Baen Books The Chaplain's War by Brad Torgersen, Baen Books Skin Game by Jim Butcher, ROC Lines of Departure, by Marko Kloos, self-published The Dark Between the Stars by Kevin J. Anderson, Tor Books…


Sad Puppies 3: The Saddening — the Slate

The official Sad Puppies 3 recommended Hugo Slate: Remember: only YOU can combat puppy-related sadness! Best Novel “The Dark Between the Stars” – Kevin J. Anderson – TOR “Trial by Fire” – Charles E. Gannon – BAEN “Skin Game” – Jim Butcher – ROC “Monster Hunter Nemesis” – Larry Correia – BAEN “Lines of Departure” –…


J.R.R. Tolkien’s Unfinished Work: The Notion Club Papers

For today's Superversive Blog, we have a guest post by British professor Bruce Charlton, who happins to be one of my husband's favorite authors. The Notions Club — as envisioned by Afalstein   JRR Tolkien’s fragments of a novel called The Notion Club Papers: and my attempt to finish some of his unfinished business  By Bruce…

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Superversive Art Imitates Life

Atheists love criticizing religion, and religious folks enjoy discussing how their spirits have been uplifted; however, very few people seem to want to hear about prayers actually being answered. Because of this, I normally don’t post this sort of thing. However, while at Marscon, I dreamt that I wrote this post. When I woke up,…


Guest Post: Special Needs in Strange Worlds

A post about Cornelius Prospero, Miranda's blind brother from the Prospero's Daughter series, and his journey through Hell at Bookworm Blues's Special Needs in Strange Worlds column at SFSignal: http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2015/01/guest-post-special-needs-in-strange-worlds-l-jagi-lamplighter-on-meditations-on-a-blind-mans-journey-through-hell/