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Alex Hughes Women in SF&F Month: Alex Hughes

Today’s guest is science fiction and fantasy author Alex Hughes! Her work includes the Mindspace Investigations novels (Clean, Sharp, and Marked), the prequel short story Rabbit Trick, and the related novella The Payoff (1.5 in the series), as well as some short stories unrelated to her series. She’s also an avid reader of science fiction, and she’s sharing her top 10 favorite female writers in the genre with us today! Top Ten Favorite Female Authors in Science Fiction By Alex […]

Women in SF&F 2014 Week 2 Women in SF&F Month: Week 2 Guests and The Goblin Emperor Giveaway

Last week’s guests got the month off to a great start! This week’s posts begin tomorrow, and you can see this week’s schedule below. I am also excited to be giving 2 copies of The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison today! But before this week’s guest lineup, here’s a brief overview of last week’s discussions. Week In Review In case you missed any of last week’s guest posts, here’s what happened: Renay from Lady Business unveiled the list of favorite […]

Clean by Alex Hughes Review of Clean by Alex Hughes

Clean is the first book in the Mindspace Investigations series by debut author Alex Hughes. The second book in the series, Sharp, will be released in April 2013. The month before that a novella titled Payoff will be released. First of all, I apologize if the following plot description for this novel is awkwardly phrased. The name of the first person narrator in this book is not revealed until the very end so I am going to avoid using his […]

Clean by Alex Hughes Guest Post: A Quick Guide to the World of Clean by Alex Hughes

Today I’m happy to have a guest post by debut author Alex Hughes to share with you! Alex’s novel Clean, the first book in the Mindspace Investigations series, was released earlier this month, and this post gives some background on the world it is set in. Hope you enjoy reading about it! A Quick Guide to the World of Clean By Alex Hughes Tech Wars Sixty years ago, the world was broken when a madman and his followers turned technology […]