The Captain’s Log – how rory thorne destroyed the multiverse (K. Eason)

Ahoy there me mateys!  The lovely cover drew me attention and the quirky premise hooked me.  This is the first book in a duology that has fairy tale tropes but takes place in space.  And, seriously, it so worked for me. The tone (kinda silly) and storytelling style (omnipresent narrator) did take some getting used … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – how rory thorne destroyed the multiverse (K. Eason)

The Captain’s Log – the lore of prometheus (Graham Austin-King)

Ahoy there me mateys!  This book has been on me list ever since it was featured by Matey Lynn @ lynn'sbookblog in the SPFBO #5 in 2019.  It is a military fantasy and the tagline caught me: John Carver has three rules: Don’t drink in the daytime, don’t gamble when the luck has gone, and … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the lore of prometheus (Graham Austin-King)

The Captain’s Log – the cat of amontillado (S.M. Reine) – I think me UF kick is over . . .

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet recently I loved the DFZ and The Lazy Girl's Guide to Magic series.  So when Melanie … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the cat of amontillado (S.M. Reine) – I think me UF kick is over . . .

The Captain’s Log – star, spirit, and sparkle witch (Helen Harper) – I binged and finished another urban fantasy series!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet recently I loved the DFZ series. Then when I was perusing me Goodreads' ports for plunder … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – star, spirit, and sparkle witch (Helen Harper) – I binged and finished another urban fantasy series!

The Captain’s Log – the lost steersmen (Rosemary Kirstein)

Ahoy there mateys!  A long while back in 2017, Matey Sarah @ brainfluff reminded me that this series existed.  I had the two books in omnibus form and they were five stars reads.  Then Matey Sarah told me there were two more books in the series!  So I recently I re-read the omnibus and then moved … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the lost steersmen (Rosemary Kirstein)

The Captain’s Log – slouch witch (Helen Harper) – LOVED this!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet recently I loved the DFZ urban fantasy series.  Then when I was perusing me Goodreads' ports … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – slouch witch (Helen Harper) – LOVED this!

The Captain’s Log – night shift dragons (Rachel Aaron) – I finished an urban fantasy series!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet I loved the first two books in this urban fantasy series.  I was super excited to … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – night shift dragons (Rachel Aaron) – I finished an urban fantasy series!

The Captain’s Log – the order of the pure moon reflected in water (Zen Cho)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I was interested in this novella as soon as I heard about it.  It was described as a martial arts story involving bandits and a young nun.  I requested an eArc immediately but was denied ::sob::.  Then Matey Tammy @ books,bones,andbuffy was nice enough to send me an extra copy ::cheer!::.  … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the order of the pure moon reflected in water (Zen Cho)

The Captain’s Log – made things (Adrian Tchaikovsky)

Ahoy there mateys!  This author's work is fairly new to me but I am really enjoying it so far.  It seems that the author writes in a variety of styles with a variety of subjects.  The first sci-fi novella was walking to aldebaran which was definitely unusual but made me laugh.  The second, a novel … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – made things (Adrian Tchaikovsky)