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Everything Has to End Sometime……What I Learned From the Doctor. June 27, 2016

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Smart Girls love SciFi

Gulf CoastHi everyone! Most of you probably know that Smart Girls Love SciFi Romance will soon be closing its doors. This is a bittersweet event in my life. I am sad to see it go, but I rejoice in the time I have been affiliated with this blog.

Each week I have looked forward to Charlee’s rundown of new and recent releases and usually ended up adding at least one title to my TBR list. I was always entertained by Echo’s SF Obscure and her author interviews, which also had the same affect of growing my TBR list. And I have truly enjoyed sharing my books recommendations with you. I hope some of you found something that caught your interested.

The end of Smart Girls is more than just an ending.  The last year has been quite eventful for me and this is just one more event leading to other things. …

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Feature – The Champion of Barésh by Susan Grant June 14, 2016

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Whiskey With My Book

Champion of BareshThe Champion of Barésh, released on May 26, is a new book by New York Times bestselling author Susan Grant.  It could be considered #4 in her Star series, but can also be read as a stand alone.

A desperate woman in need of a miracle — A bad-boy prince in need of redemption

She was playing with fire…

Jemm Aves battles to keep her dreams alive on a dead-end world. Working for the mines by day, she’s a successful bajha player at night, disguised as a male to be allowed to compete in the colony’s dangerous underworld where club owners will go to extremes to retain the best players. Every win puts her one small step closer to her goal: saving enough to escape Barésh with her family. When a nobleman from one of the galaxy’s elite families recruits her to be a star player for his team, it’s…

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Sharon Lynn Fisher – Prism Award Finalist – Interview and Excerpt June 1, 2016

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Whiskey With My Book

PRISM 2016 FinalistToday, I am very excited to welcome Sharon Lynn Fisher, author of Echo 8.  A Prism award finalist in the Futuristic category, Echo 8 was one of my favorite reads of 2015.  Proving that the Prism award committee has good taste!

Sharon, congratulations on becoming a Prism award finalist!  Thank you for joining us today.

Will you tell us a little about yourself?
I live in the Pacific Northwest, on a small acreage in the Seattle area. I have one daughter of my own, age 9, and a sweet stepdaughter, age 6. We have eight chickens and a city cat who is taking very slowly to farm life. In my day job I’m a freelance technical writer and instructional designer. But I telecommute so I get to wear my pajamas all day. And it’s a good thing, because for my current project I have a 6 AM meeting every…

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