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Don’t go into the tall grass!

smartgirlHi everyone!

Remember Jurassic Park – The Lost World? In the beginning it was all oohs and ahhs and the next thing you know, someone is shouting ‘don’t go into the tall grass’ and you realize you’re already there.

Well, that’s pretty much the way it happened to me over the last month. Everything started out great and fun and fabulous and the next thing you know I’m deep into the tall grass, running as fast as I can. Clearly, since I’m writing this post I made it across without any raptors catching me. Hallelujah for that!

I wanted to do a quick post to mention that we do have some good stuff coming up this month. To start, each Thursday (first one tomorrow!) we will have a Steampunk themed posts from Maeve Alpin. She’ll be telling us about some of her adventures mixing the genre she loves with reader fun.

Later in the month we’ll have a guest post from the talented Jessica Subject.

I’m working on a post about reader cons.  I’ve got a few other posts in the works, including some film talk and some book recommendations.

RK has an interview with Kat Cantrell coming up.

Chudney is continuing her weekly paranormal posts.

And, last but not least, our reviewers are busy reading.

I can’t wrap up without mentioning that SciFi Romance seems to be all over the blogosphere of late. If, like me, you’ve been under a rock for the last few weeks, you should definitely check out these very interesting posts!

Talking Sci-Fi romance at The Story Hub by Stuart Sharp

Genre Wars – Why is SFR the outcast? on  C.E. Kilgore’s Blog

Out With The Old (Boys Club) And In With The New (Generation Of Progressive Genre Fans) at The Galaxy Express

Monday News: SFF Old Guard at Dear Author

What do romance readers think of science fiction romance? at Greta van der Rol’s Blog

And what have YOU been up to?

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2 thoughts on “Don’t go into the tall grass!

  1. Glad you’re still in one piece
    I’m glad that SFR is getting known enough to attract notice. 🙂 It’s stayed hidden in the shadows of the larger SF and Romance genres for too long.

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