Ok, if I were to make Forgotten Fiction a regular feature here, would you, my readers, be interested in nominating books for me to read? The caveat here is, I have to either own them, or be able to pick them up on the cheap. You can either respond here, on the Facebook entry that… Read More A Proposition for all of you.
I really don’t have a whole lot to say about Golden Dreams. I enjoy it. It makes me tear up in the right places, and laugh out loud where it should. Ardath Mayhar captures the essence of Fuzzies very well, although there are a few inconsistencies. For one, she has all Fuzzies aware of the… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #112.9 – Golden Dreams by Ardath Mayhar
I just finished Fuzzy Bones, and started Golden Dreams, so you’ll get my analysis of that one, too, as soon as I finish it. Ace contracted William Tuning to write Fuzzy Bones to either coincide with, or ride the success of, the re-release of the first two Piper books. I find it sort of … Read More Geek Girls Rule! #112.75 – Fuzzy Bones by William Tuning
Ok, I don’t know how forgotten the Little Fuzzy (Little Fuzzy, Fuzzy Sapiens, Fuzzies and Other People) books actually are. But I’m one of the few people I know who has read them. H. Beam Piper wrote them in the early 60s shortly before committing suicide. The first two books, Little Fuzzy and Fuzzy Sapiens saw… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #112 – Forgotten Fiction 1 – H. Beam Piper’s Little Fuzzy