He lives in Chicago. While you are here, please take a moment to support Locus with a one-time or recurring donation. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. June 26, April 9, locusmag 0 Comments Gary K. Gwenda Bond reviews David Levithan November 18, admin 0. Review for "Prankster" by Sierra Blasko Having gotten to know Miss Blasko a bit online, I was eager to read some of her written work - what a delight! Her tale of this little Space Kitty was charming.
I admit I have quite a soft spot for kitties, so this book concept enthralls me. In a short story, she did very well! Definitely looking forward Review for "Prankster" by Sierra Blasko Having gotten to know Miss Blasko a bit online, I was eager to read some of her written work - what a delight! Definitely looking forward to more from this author in the future! Dec 01, Rachael Steele rated it it was amazing.
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I only read my friend Sierra's short story Prankster, and I would definitely rate it at five stars! It was cute, completely clean, surprising, and very well written. Feb 04, Lena rated it really liked it Shelves: by-friends-following , , 4-stars , anthology , feline , free-to-review , homeschool-authors , reviewed , sci-fi , short-stories.
Prankster by Sierra Blasko is a cute little story— 4.
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Kaiser Writes is v Prankster by Sierra Blasko is a cute little story— 4. Kaiser Writes is very well-written, with interesting characters and an interesting world that drew me right in and made me want to read more, about the world especially— 5 stars 21 Cats in the Hatch by Cheyanne Marie is an interesting, and a little sad, story— 3.
Bakke is a cute, all animal story— 4 stars Raising Quan by Brittany L. I received a copy of this book from one of the authors. All views expressed are my own honest opinion.
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Apr 20, Carol Pennington rated it liked it. This is a must read anthology for all lovers of cats. From authors around the country, the stories are filled with adventures of cats in space. As with any anthology, some of the stories are better than others. The stories are clean and several are very humorous. They are the perfect read for a quick bedtime story. Mar 18, A. Sierra rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Valerie rated it really liked it Sep 06, Dawnita Fogleman rated it it was amazing Jul 12, Rachel rated it really liked it Jul 12, Christina Munson marked it as to-read Mar 05, Arielle Bailey marked it as to-read Jul 08, Kendra Ardnek marked it as to-read Jul 08, Jesse Rice marked it as to-read Jul 12, Rachel marked it as to-read Aug 31, Sierra Faith marked it as to-read Dec 26, Melina Grace marked it as to-read Dec 29, Blessing Counter added it Jul 14, Deborah O'Carroll added it Sep 30, It was kind of eerie, actually.
There were a lot of apocalypse stories, and we got all of these submissions in by the way — that has grown only more chilling and relevant in the interim couple of years. Everything in the book was submitted to us before Dec.
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We also noticed — both in the stories that appeared in the book and those that we unfortunately rejected — there was a theme about redefining what saving the world looks like. We expected to have epic battles and either evil triumphing over good, or good triumphing over evil, in a cosmic epic fantasy or space opera type of way.
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Pretty much all the stories are not about saving the galaxy: they are much smaller. They are about finding strength and survival and knowledge in these non-macro ways. When we were starting to solicit stories a few years ago, Cat said in an interview that spec-fic is so much about imagining different worlds. And who needs to imagine different worlds? Well, trans people certainly do.
Everyone is drawn to a genre like that for their own fantastical, dreamy, amazing, and lovely reasons. Subscribe: Digital Edition.
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