New sci-fi and science reads for May 2021

This month’s big release is courtesy of a Mr. Weir – you might have heard of him. But there’s plenty of other new sci-fi and science to keep us entertained and informed too. Without further ado, let’s dive in! Extra Life: A Short History of Living Longer by Steven Johnson An overview of the medical […]

New sci-fi and science reads for April 2021

I’m back with some scintillating science and a feast of fiction, including new releases for Murderbot and Wayfarers fans! Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells Yes–Murderbot is back in another murder mystery with plenty of snarky humor. Fans expecting a follow-up to Network Effect may be slightly disappointed, as this novella takes place in an earlier […]

New sci-fi and science reads for March 2021

It’s been a long winter, but the official start of spring and the International Day of Happiness are only a few weeks away! With that in mind, here’s some brand new reading sure to put a spring in your step. A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady Martine Does book 2 in the Teixcalaan series live […]

New sci-fi and science reads for February 2021

It’s time to dive into some more great sci-fi and science releases that will hopefully lighten your load in this, the month of lurve. So why not curl up on the couch, indulge in some hot chocolate (spiked if you like,) and fall in love with a good read. Get inspired by scientific research from […]

New sci-fi and science reads for January 2021

Happy New Year! I’m welcoming in 2021 with my first sci-fi and science reads round-up of the year. After the almost overwhelming pre-Christmas glut of new releases, I’m back in business with a lean, mean, slimmed-down new reads list for this month. Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality by Frank Wilczek It’s life, the Universe, and […]

Best space books of 2020

If you’re a frustrated armchair astronaut like me, the next best thing (after writing sci-fi of course :-)) is reading about space. So here are my favorite space books of the year, written by former astronauts, mission controllers, science journalists, and space enthusiasts. How to Die in Space: a Journey Through Dangerous Astrophysical Phenomena by […]