For We Are Many, by Dennis E. Taylor (Audio)
This is the second book of the Bobiverse, and was just as good as the first one. Unfortunately I think I have to wait a year for the third book in the series. If you like science fiction, exploration, and want to see what happens when beings with higher technology don’t have the Star Trek Prime Directive to restrain them, then this is a great book to read. 5 stars.
The Rogue Retrieval by Dan Koboldt (Kindle)
I heard about this on the Beyond the Trope podcast when they interviewed the author, and it sounded like a fun book. It’s about a magician that has to go to a fantasy world full of magic. I haven’t gotten very far yet, but so far it seems okay.
To Fire Called by Nathan Lowell (Kindle)
This is the latest book in one of my all time favorite book series, that started out with the book Quarter Share. This is also the reason I haven’t made it very far in The Rogue Retrieval. If you want a fun space adventure then this is a book you should check out. It’s not your typical sci-fi book, as it has no aliens or military fighting, or anything else you usually think of when you hear Space Opera, but trust me, the world and character just make this book a place you wish you could live in. This book came out this weekend, so I put my other reading projects aside.
Blood From Your Own Pen by Sam Knight (Paperback)
This is a book on editing that addresses a lot of mistakes new authors make. So far I wish more people would read this, especially those submitting to our anthology, Last Shot Fired! It is a good resource that gets to the point without spending chapters telling about one single thing. It tells you what the common error is people often make when writing, and then tells you how to fix it, then moves on to the next topic. So far it’s a big help.
4 books in one week? Dang, I’m crazy! We’ll see how long it takes to read them all though.