The Shape of My Name March 4, 2015 The Shape of My Name Nino Cipri How far can you travel to claim yourself? The Hell of It February 25, 2015 The Hell of It Peter Orullian What will he wager? Schrödinger’s Gun February 18, 2015 Schrödinger’s Gun Ray Wood Maybe in some other timeline it would have gone smooth. Acrobatic Duality February 11, 2015 Acrobatic Duality Tamara Vardomskaya The two of her are perfectly synchronized.
From The Blog
March 4, 2015
Writing Women Characters as Human Beings
Kate Elliott
March 2, 2015
A Ranking of 1980s Fantasy That Would Please Crom Himself!
Leah Schnelbach
February 27, 2015
Goodbye, Mr. Nimoy — What Spock Meant to One Geeky 12-Year-Old Girl
Emily Asher-Perrin
February 26, 2015
Introducing the Star Trek The Original Series Rewatch
Keith DeCandido
February 23, 2015
Oh No, She Didn’t: The Strong Female Character, Deconstructed
Ilana C. Myer
Showing posts by: Joe Turner click to see Joe Turner's profile
Mon
Nov 7 2011 2:30pm

November Recommendations from BookPeople

BookPeople has been Texas’ leading and largest independent bookstore since 1970. Located in the heart of downtown Austin, BookPeople has been voted the city’s best bookstore for over 15 years. One of the big reasons people love us is our wide selection of books on every subject in every section of the store, and the wide variety of readers we have on staff who love to make recommendations. Joe Turner and Tommy Wilkerson are, without doubt, the two biggest (and beloved) sci-fi nerds on staff. Here’s what they think you should be reading (and you’d be right to listen; these guys are unmatched in their knowledge and ability to recommend books in this section)

[Read more]