Sunday, October 13, 2013

Christmas gift list

Check out these gift suggestions (fiction and non-fiction):
Something Furry Underfoot by Amy L. Peterson:

When Amy Married a biologist named Mark, she knew that a few pets were in her future, but she had no idea the number and variety of pets Mark had in mind:


From Zero to Four Kids in Thirty Seconds by Amy L. Peterson:


From Zero to Four Kids in Thirty Seconds is a fun read, and it includes tips for stepmothers:.


To Ignite a Fire on Enceladus by Vincent Miskell combined with Jack London's To Build a Fire:


Miskell updates Jack London's classic story.  I enjoyed reading them both together, and I love Miskell's dog...


Godspeed Inc: A Naomi Kinder Adventure (Naomi Kinder SF Adventures) by Vincent Miskell:

This first Naomi Kinder science fiction adventure spans the wide orbits of Pluto and Uranus and takes Naomi to the airless, icy moon of Umbriel.  Naomi’s got some special abilities, but she’s no hero. Now the fate of the civilized solar system depends on her.  [Free]:
Rescuing the Future: A Naomi Kinder Novel (Naomi Kinder SF Adventures) by Vincent Miskell:
Another fun Naomi Kinder adventure:


Punctuation by G. Miki Hayden:


An essential primer and Reference book:


A Murder in Harlem by G. Miki Hayden:


The complete collection of 11 mystery/crime stories featuring Miriam, her husband, Kofi, and her co-wife, Nana, by Edgar-winning short story author Hayden. Five of the stories were first published in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine:


Detour Trail  by Joy V. smith:


Review excerpt: The main character in this book is Lorrie, a strong, courageous woman that goes off the Oregon Trail and blazes her own life in the West. She's the embodiment of what a woman of that time period had to be like: able to make decisions, able to pull and use a weapon, and with the people skills needed to survive and thrive:   
Hidebound (SF) by Joy V. Smith:
After Anfissa meets Ferenc, they flee to a planet where even the grass is deadly:  and

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