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2015-02: February in review

This post is February in review: categories grouped together with links. Cheers.

February 2015 will forever be remembered as the time Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played the original Spock from Star Trek, died. RIP Leonard Nimoy.

Items received

Below is a photo of the items received this month. I’m sure you can see the electronic files floating around in this photo… they’re the 1’s and 0’s floating down the picture Matrix-style.

Smokey does the impossible: she mounts the insurmountable pile of items received
Smokey does the impossible: she mounts the insurmountable pile of items received

Text Publishing sent a copy of Skin by Ilka Tampke; it’s currently doing the rounds of my Literary Fantasy assignment group at university so it’s not in the photo but my review is here. And the cover is very pretty.

It was 11am when I took this photo in the light from the windows and sliding glass door. It is a dark day indeed, to commemorate Leonard Nimoy’s death. Not that I’m sad that an icon predating my birth, whom I loved all my life, has passed on. 

Items received include:

  • All Fall Down by Ally Carter
  • Battleaxe by Sara Douglas, 20th anniversary edition
  • Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Steiefvater
  • Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas
  • Covenant’s End by Ari Marmell
  • Emma and the Big Hoom by Jerry Pinto
  • Girls will be girls by Emer O’Toole
  • Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart
  • Hunger Games Mockingjay Pt 1
  • Mind Games by Teri Terry
  • Resistance by John Birmingham
  • Robot Overlords by Mark Stay
  • Skin by Ilka Tampke
  • Tongues of Men or Angels by Jonathan Trigel
  • Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
  • Vagrant by Peter Newman
  • Windhaven by George R R Martin and Lisa Tuttle
  • Yes, Chef! by Lisa Joy
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Nalini
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Nalini is an award-winning writer and artist as well as managing editor of Dark Matter Zine.

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