About Me

Welcome to my blog!

I review stories (books, graphic novels, films, tv shows, etc.) and discuss topics within the fantastical genre, especially fantasy and fantasy-heavy science fiction.

I tend to approach these things critically, and I love a well-formed argument, so please feel free to enter into the discussion, provided you mind your manners.

Please understand that, although I might treat them roughly from time to time, I think the subjects of my posts are otherwise fantastic!


  1. Hi there!

    I'm the owner of R&R Book Tours and I'm currently organizing a blog tour for an edgy YA/ Dystopian novel called "The Phoenix Cycle: The Best Shall Rise" by Bob Collopy (For fans of The Hunger Games and Divergent) and I was wondering if you might want to participate. The dates are May 21st to the 25th and will include review posts (mainly), excerpt reveals, and interviews. There will also be a great giveaway for your readers.

    Here is the link to the sign up page for more details!

    Here are the links to my blog and business site:


    I'm really looking forward to hearing from you!



  2. Hi, I'm looking to see if I can find anyone who is willing to review a PDF, Epub or .mobi of my 44k word sci-fi leaning paranormal/fantasy book called The Illumination Query and post the review in June when I'm crowdfunding it's publication. http://booklaunch.io/22niel/tsod1
    If you want to get an overview of the story, there’s a fairly complete explanation of it here: http://publishizer.com/the-illumination-query/ I stopped the original campaign before it ran it’s course because I had initially started it without having any way of publicizing the project. I would like to have a way to get people aware of the book when I re-open it.
    Sarah Baethge (http://www.facebook.com/SarahBaethge/)

  3. Would you like a FREE e-copy of my exciting new utopian apocalyptic comedy sci-fi novel?

    The year is 4377. The world has advanced into a perfect utopia. War, disease, crime, and poverty are all distant memories. Everyone is a genius scientist, with artistic talents, and perfect bodies. Super advanced technology takes care of all problems. They have unlimited energy and wealth and sit on invisible chairs and tables.
    Everything is quite boring until one day when the Sun starts turning colors of the rainbow like a giant disco ball in the sky?
    And then all hell breaks loose.
    Can a family of two mothers, three fathers, and two kids build a spaceship without killing each other?
    Can their little unappreciated cleaning robot save the day?

    Here are the latest reviews:

    "I laughed so hard I had tears streaming down my face"

    "As entertaining as The Shape Of Water!"

    "Charming and colorful and wildly imaginative, and very cool--the kind of thing only a mad, iconoclastic genius could have conceived and birthed. Bravo..."

    Review on GoodReads from Valerie Roberson--

    "A Science Fiction with the word emphasized on science. The author, Scott Evans, has you wondering if you are dreaming or really in the future. He writes this with a sense of humor, such as "Warning: The following material contains punctuation from the future" and by golly, it does and that makes the book interesting. You see, the sun is going to explode and the moon is going to crash. So they were told to evacuate to another planet. And the people started to leave, except one family. This family is going to build their own ship. They go to a dispensary to get their parts. This place has all the old left over things from our time. They have never seen most of this stuff. It is so funny to read their comments on things we take for gannet.

    So they start to build the ship. But like most families, there is bickering and at least one person who thinks they know it all and are in charge. This goes on for a long time and they are running out of time to leave.

    The ending was nothing like I thought it would be. I really liked the ending and found it interesting and shaking my head thinking that it figures. There is a lot of science terms and I had a hard time figuring it all out in the beginning, but all of a sudden the story fell in place for me and I was really enjoying it. This is for the true science fiction lover. Completely different from any other I have come across of. Good story line, good writing (after I figured it all out), good humor and down right unusual."

    THE DAY THE SUN CHANGED COLORS is available for purchase

    in paperback(288 pages) on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/198748617X

    and as an e-book(187 pages) on Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BYP83F3

    GOODREADS LINK: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36437499-the-day-the-sun-changed-colors

    Comedy sci-fi, 74,000 words, ISBN: 9781987486179

    Read sample chapters and more on the Scott Talbot Evans author page on WordPress: https://ScottTalbotEvans.wordpress.com

    Please let me know if you would like a free mobi or pdf copy.

    Thank you.

    Scott Talbot Evans

    Rochester New York



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