ATTENTION WRITERS - Here is your chance to share your work. Send us your short stories to be published on-line. Click here for details Don't Delay
CoKoCon
Traditional SF convention.
August 30-September 2, 2019
Memberships limited to 500


LATEST UPDATES


December 1, 2018
Updated Convention Listings

November
Book Pick
of the Month




November 18



November 15
New reviews in
The Book Nook and
Voices From the Past


November 1, 2018
Updated Convention Listings

Previous Updates

WesternSFA
Tamia
by Esther Mitchell
Under the Moon, $9.00, 239pp
Release Date: November 12, 2009

I’m not quite sure where to put this book – it’s a romance story but not a type of romance that most readers expect. It’s a soldier saga, no…it’s a suspense tale. What it is…is terribly shallow.

It’s a whole lot of thinking about sex, talking about sex, fantasizing about sex, with a final, single sex act. And it’s dressed up as if it were a futuristic post-apocalyptic world, which it isn’t. The only slightly genre-related plot devices are references to some terrible WWIII and some fancy high-tech gadgetry…which is probably already in use in Area 51.

I always try to finish a review book that I start. Which I did. Finally. Note to author: Please don’t write the sequel. Go to a writing workshop and learn how to plot. It wasn’t terrible writing, just a poor story. ~~ Catherine Book

Follow us

for notices on new content and events.

to The Nameless Zine,
a publication of WesternSFA





WesternSFA
Main Page

Disclaimer

Copyright ©2005-2018 All Rights Reserved
(Note that external links to guest web sites are not maintained by WesternSFA)
Comments, questions etc. email WebMaster