Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Winners – The Conclusion!

Ahoy there me mateys!  The Nebula Winners have been announced!  Let’s see how I did.  I be using the list as published on Tor.com with links to me reviews where applicable.  The winners are listed in bold.  A reminder that I only be tracking the categories of specific interest to me.  They be: Best Novel Piranesi, … Continue reading Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Winners – The Conclusion!

Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Finalists – Part Two Point Five – Best Short Story Update

Ahoy there me mateys!  A short while back, I wrote a post discussing me initial thoughts on the 2020 Nebula award nominees for Best Short Story.  One of the stories was: “Advanced Word Problems in Portal Math,” Aimee Picchi (Daily Science Fiction 1/3/20) I wrote some thoughts about this story that I know ye scurvy dogs … Continue reading Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Finalists – Part Two Point Five – Best Short Story Update

Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Finalists – Part Two – Best Short Story

Ahoy there me mateys!  A short while back, I wrote a post discussing me initial thoughts on the 2020 Nebula award nominees.  At that time, I had read none of the works in the best short story category.  I have since remedied the situation and so here be mini-reviews of the short stories and me … Continue reading Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Finalists – Part Two – Best Short Story

Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Finalists – Part One

Ahoy there me mateys!  The Nebula Finalists for 2020 have been announced.  Though I like seeing who wins the Nebulas, I usually concentrate on following the Hugo awards because those were the ones I knew of as a child.  However, Matey Andreas, wrote a post about the Nebulas this year that captured me attention.  Looking … Continue reading Shiver me Timbers! The 2020 Nebula Finalists – Part One

The Captain’s Log – a song for a new day (Sarah Pinsker) – did this book deserve to win the Nebula?

Ahoy there me mateys!  The title of me post is not meant to be click bait but I am still not going to change it because it captures the conflicted feelings of the moment.  I just finishing reading the 2020 Nebula winner and I am not sure of how I rate this one.  Maybe writing … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – a song for a new day (Sarah Pinsker) – did this book deserve to win the Nebula?