My sincere thanks to everyone who has helped make the launch of the blog a success. In the first week you got a peek at my keeper shelf and I hope that worked as a sort of introduction. Probably more effective than reading my bio!
Now, I’d love to learn more about you. What is your all time favorite sci-fi or paranormal romance?
Looking forward to the week ahead…
I’ve scheduled our first author interview. Nancy J. Cohen will be visiting the blog on Sunday. Several of her books are on my keeper shelf and after years of writing fun mysteries she is coming back to sci-fi and paranormal romance. Please stop by on Sunday to say hello.
I’ll also be posting live from RWA Nationals. I’ll be reporting on the event from a fan girl perspective. Hoping to see all the stars of SFR and PNR. I’m also hoping to scoop up some books to give away on the blog the following week. Wish me luck! The Literacy Book Signing is open to the public. If you live in the Orlando area check it out at: http://www.rwanational.org/cs/literacy_autographing.
Thanks again, and don’t forget to leave a comment to share your all time favorite sci-fi or paranormal romance.
5 thoughts on “Now tell me about you…”
Dragon Flight by Anne McCaffrey was my introduction to romance. I’ve never forgotten the sexual tension between Lessa and F’lar.
Looking forward to hearing about Nationals. Wish I was going.
Cool! Anne was also very important in my reading journey. If you missed that post, it is here: https://smartgirlsscifi.wordpress.com/2010/07/17/a-gateway-drug-for-girls/.
I wish you were going to Nationals, too! I’ll be posting from a reder perspective on this blog, which authors are there (with fan girl squeeeeing) and what publishers are saying about the future of scifi and paranormal romance.
I’ll also be doing a report on the publisher spotlights for The SFR Brigade blog for writers over here: http://sfrcontests.blogspot.com/. So, keep any eye out over there, too.
Thanks for sharing your favorite SFR/PNR with us!
Hands down. Favorites Black Dagger Brotherhood novels by J.R.Ward
Breed Novels by Lora Leigh; oh and the futuristics by Angela Knight. Although Natalie Singh are coming in pretty strong.
Lois McMaster Bujold: “Cordelia’s Honor” which is an omnibus of “Shards of Honor” and “Barrayar”. Cordelia Naismith is a starship Captain and in her mid-thirties. She’s smart, brave, and competent. Captain Aral Vorkosigan is very honorable and yet mired in politics. I love the whole space opera series but the first two books are my favorites.
Hi! Great choices. If you like space opera, you might also like Sandra McDonald. Her books sometimes get pegged as military scifi, but they are really character focused. She’s another amazing author.
Comments are closed.