Whaaaat? It’s April already?

fantasy and science fiction book reviewsOne more reason why libraries are awesome.

Rithmatist Sweepstakes. So looking forward to this book.

You can vote for the manliest of man covers over at Baen. Though one of the choices appears to be a feline. I think I’m opting for the Space BeeGee, myself.

An interview with Lady Trent, famed dragon naturalist.

fantasy and science fiction book reviewsFlying in Place is on sale as an e-book for $2.99. Our Terry says, “I have to give this one a signal boost. It’s an excellent book that I read when it first came out a couple of decades ago, and it haunts me to this day. Buy it, read it.”

First entry in my “Please take away their Photoshop” series.

New trailers: Iron Man 3, The Wolverine, and World War Z. The Mortal Instruments.


  • Ruth Arnell

    RUTH ARNELL (on FanLit's staff January 2009 — August 2013) earned a Ph.D. in political science and is a college professor in Idaho. From a young age she has maxed out her library card the way some people do credit cards. Ruth started reading fantasy with A Wrinkle in Time and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe — books that still occupy an honored spot on her bookshelf today. Ruth and her husband have a young son, but their house is actually presided over by a flame-point Siamese who answers, sometimes, to the name of Griffon.