This started as a chaotic thread on Twitter that I created because I wanted to get some thoughts out of my head and sort them out. But wonderful AK Nephtali offered me to turn it into a blogpost on their website.
M.K. Valley is an avid reader and an author who has dreamed about becoming one ever since she was a little girl. In this fun interview she discusses her debut novel, the future of space colonization and evolution, traveling to other planets, literature and more.
The Pit gaped like the mouth of a giant beast poised to consume them. A dim light flickered in its heart. Rin forced herself to look away but couldn't shake the feeling that she was about to fall into it.
Separated from her family and her homeland, Mæve struggles to navigate her new life in the Palace of Light, caught between a forbidden love and a burgeoning rebellion.
Books I've read and loved, representing various subgenres with different takes on the dystopian theme. Indie debuts, modern rising stars as well as famous classics.
Andria del Scorpio traded her crown for a sword. Being an Assassin on Ares might mean rubbing elbows with the filth of the Infinite Universe, but at least she’s free.
A distant future. A world divided. A walled city in a devastated wasteland. A struggle for power becomes a struggle to survive. With friends like these, who needs enemies?
S.Z. Attwell is a professional science writer with an M.A. in media studies, but her real love has always been fiction writing. In her spare time, she does photography and archery, among other things. She is the author of the epic dystopian adventure series Aestus.
An underground city. A deadly project. And an Intelligence agent who can help Jossey take down the City... if she can trust him again.
An underground city, built centuries ago to ride out the devastating heat. A society under attack. And a young solar engineer whose skills may be the key to saving her city…if she doesn’t get herself killed first.