Titan Books Announce #NYCC Exclusives

Our friends over at Titan Books are delighted to announce four products, all of which will be available exclusively at New York Comic Con October 5 - 8 2017. These include books debuting at the show and limited editions, along with awesome collectibles for fans of the hit Adult Swim series Rick and Morty, and...

‘An Unkindness of Ghosts’–for every queer geek of color

In their debut novel, An Unkindness of Ghosts, Rivers Solomon tackles the classic sci-fi theme of the generation ship. Though, as often in a debut novel, there are some awkward aspects, it is also a powerful story that includes voices that aren't heard enough in sci-fi. Aster lives on Matilda, a ship that has been...

‘Leila’ is engrossing and heartbreaking

Leila is the kind of entirely believable dystopia that you end up being completely engrossed into. It is not a happy read, but it's chilling and sadly all too easy to imagine it happening. Shalini searches for her daughter, Leila. She was taken from her sixteen years ago when things became really bad. The walls...

‘Have you Met Nora?’–a novel of hiding true identity

Have You Met Nora? is the new book by the author Nicole Blades. Nora Mackenzie is the woman who has it all. Well versed in her career as a top fashion stylist, she is weeks away from getting married to one of the wealthiest bachelors in NYC. In a life-changing moment, she finds herself...

Spotlight On : Star Wars On The Front Lines by Daniel Wallace

Thanks to Titan Books, I had the opportunity to receive a copy of the new book Star Wars On - The Front Lines by Daniel Wallace. This hardcover book is an exploration of some of the most defining battles in the Star Wars universe. I also had the opportunity to ask Daniel some questions about...

‘The Broken Earth’ trilogy is an outstanding work of fantasy

The Broken Earth trilogy by N.K. Jemisin is without a shadow of a doubt a major fantasy trilogy. It first won a Hugo in 2016 for The Fifth Season and then its second Hugo in 2017 for The Obelisk Gate. And though I don't often like Hugo winners, those are entirely deserved. I was grabbed...

‘Star Wars Adventures’ Issue 1 — BGN Comic Review

Are you a 'Star Wars Adventures' fan? Check out the latest 'Star Wars Adventures' Issue 1 comic book review here on Black Girl Nerds!

10 Reasons ‘Shadowhouse Fall’ is an excellent sequel

Shadowhouse Fall is the second and latest installment in Daniel José Older's riveting Shadowshaper series and doesn't disappoint. In fact, the next stage of Sierra's story is even better than the first and does everything a sequel should do. 1. You’ll go deeper into the world we already know and love One of the best things about Shadowshaper,...

Comic Review — Star Wars: Captain Phasma Issue #1

Captain Phasma was one of the breakout stars of The Force Awakens. However many fans were disappointed with how the character was utilized in the film. There has been lots of positive buzz about Phasma’s upcoming appearance in The Last Jedi, and this comic series is the bridge between her fate at the end...

‘Murder on the Orient Express’ is an Agatha Christie Gem #TBT

There is no question that Agatha Christie is the GOAT. She is the best-selling novelist of all time, and she is third behind only Shakespeare's works and the Bible in the rankings of the world's most-widely published books. Her skills as a mystery writer know no bounds, and her books were some of the first books I...
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