Book Review: The Kuiper Belt Job, by David D. Levine


Science Fiction 5/5

The Cannibal Club must decide whether to get together one more time after the job that split them up, to bust one of their former members from an isolated prison on the Kuiper Belt, based on the conflicting stories—lies?—from a kid who purports to be his son. Rollicking good fun! A complex plot that twists to a satisfying ending.

Bio done


“Finished” the bio I was working on and sent it to my beta readers. Of course, then I got more details. But I can add them at the revision stage.

Picked up a new editing client.

My grant final report is due at the end of the month, but I think I can have it done this week. Lots of stuff moving forward!

Book Review: Sister Mine by Nalo Hopkinson


Fantasy 3-/5

Makeda, trying to live on her own without her twin, no longer has magic—which she needs, if she is to rescue her demigod father. This one is pretty surreal, and I found its style to be a barrier between me and the story, so I had a hard time getting into it.

Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Thriller 5/5

Rachel believes she’s knows who has murdered a women she’s seen from her seat on the daily commute train, but no one will believe her because she’s an alcoholic. Tense and twisty, this book made me understand and root for Rachel as she seemed increasingly to be surrounded by those she could not trust.