Sunday, October 15, 2017

Book Review: 'Baby, it's Cold in Space' by Margo Bond Collins


Margo Bond Collins has collected stories from her colleagues that are tied together (as the title of the collection suggests) about cold and space – timely reading for the winter season.

The stories are all short but well developed – not unlike tasting assorted pastries on a holiday tray. If steamy sci-fi tales are your cup of tea, welcome to the banquet. About every possibility for variation of space romance is in this collection. The authors are all well established so likely you’ve heard of all of them.

The stories/novellas included are I'LL BE ON NEW LONDON FOR CHRISTMAS by Margo Bond Collins, THE CLIMATE OF LOVE: THE UTUQUQ CHRONICLES: BOOK 1 by Blaire Edens, SATURDAY NIGHT IN DEVILS HOLLER by Donna S Frelick, STILL LIFE by Jane Fury, THE SOLAR EXPRESS by Erin Hayes, ANGELO 13 by Rosalie Redo, STARGAZERS by Diana Rivis, and LIGHT UP THE DARK by Selene Grace Silver.

All stories are well written, provide something for everyone’s space taste, and make a fine escape mechanism during the holiday season madness. Grady Harp, November 16









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