Of interest to horror fans

As part of Toronto Public Library's "Eh List" series; Authors Andrew Pyper (Damned) and Craig Davidson AKA Nick Cutter (The Deep) in conversation with The Toronto Star critic Deb Dundas. They'll be discussing the new anthology "The Dark Side II: Highway of Horror", which they contributed to. » 3/27/15 12:09pm Friday 12:09pm


Bit of a weird week over here in the lair of Juggler. Hours at work freakishly increased (Worked 7 days straight last week, called in twice this week and did a double shift Monday) but I was able to finish the rewrites on one of my stories and sent it to my beta so YAY!! » 3/18/15 11:00am 3/18/15 11:00am

King of Thieves Stole My Weekend

Star Rogue: King of Thieves starts a new series set in the universe of Evan C. Currie's earlier Odyssey One series (starting with Into the Black). It's a return to the parent series' roots, a tale of science fiction exploration without the fantastical elements that crept into it along the way. » 3/15/15 7:06pm 3/15/15 7:06pm

WednesdayBookClub, From the Past!

Hello, io9 denizens, and welcome to WednesdayBookClub! My name is Geesejuggler and I'm writing this Tuesday night because by the time it posted, I'll either be getting ready for work, writing one of my stories and watching an episode of a K-Drama that probably won't be 100% subtitled yet. Today's pictures is more… » 3/11/15 8:30am 3/11/15 8:30am

Chapter Names, Yea or Nea?

When you're reading a book do you like when authors name their chapters, or would you prefer to have a simple "Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3" naming scheme? I've been going back and forth on it for awhile now and need some input. » 3/06/15 4:44pm 3/06/15 4:44pm

Snow Day Book Club!! 

Hello, everyone!! I'm sure that by now, everyone is tired of winter weather and snow but over in my neck of the woods, I've gotten everything but snow and NOW IT'S SNOWING!!! It probably won't stick but it's snow!! *Frolicking in the snow with books in hand* » 2/25/15 3:57pm 2/25/15 3:57pm


Hi, all! I'm posting this early because I have to go to work but unfortunately, I have no coffee in my systems so the Thinky Thinky process of mine is slower than usual. With that said, this will be short and sweet. Picture!! » 2/18/15 10:12am 2/18/15 10:12am

Hello and welcome to WednesdayBookClub, niners. As usually, I'm your host, Geesejuggler and this is an artsy book club picture this week, brought to you Su Blackwell's Girl In The Woods. I have the feeling you guys might be seeing more of her work in the upcoming book clubs. Seriously amazing stuff. » 2/11/15 10:30am 2/11/15 10:30am

All Our Worlds: a Database of Diverse Science Fiction

Saw this on boing boing; someone did a crapload of work compiling this! It's a "database of science fiction and fantasy books that demonstrate diversity in sexuality/gender, race, disability, and other aspects". » 2/05/15 12:03am 2/05/15 12:03am

WednesdayBookClub Tea Time!!

Hello and welcome to WednesdayBookClub, everyone. My name is GeeseJuggler and since I currently drinking coffee, I hope you all are in your hideouts, drinking your favorite hot beverage. Or if you're having a hard day, a hard beverage. :) » 2/04/15 11:52am 2/04/15 11:52am

Melanie's Marvelous Measles Is A Book For Children That You Can Buy

Melanie's Marvelous Measles is a book about how awesome it is to catch the measles. Children ages 4-10 are invited to learn that the measles is actually pretty fun, has no serious possible side-effects, and is something kids should look forward to getting. » 2/03/15 6:40pm 2/03/15 6:40pm


*Comes out from below dock in terrible yacht jacket* Ahoy there, bibliophiles!! Welcome aboard to the S.S. WednesdayBookClub!! I'm your skipper, Geesejuggler and this week's picture is from Words on the Water, the London Bookbarge as they call it. Here's a link to the official Facebook page here. Now with that out of… » 1/14/15 12:05pm 1/14/15 12:05pm

What Was The First "Adult" Book You Read?

Nowadays, the definition of books for kids and grownups is pretty vague. Lots of people over 30 read YA fiction for pleasure, while plenty of adult writers write novels aimed at younger readers. In the meantime, the "intermediate" stage — a massive category when I worked in book retail a few years ago, and a huge… » 1/12/15 7:55pm 1/12/15 7:55pm

First WednesdayBookClub of 2015!!

Hello, io9 netizens, and welcome to WednesdayBookClub, that time of the week again where you have to put down whatever you're reading long enough to talk about it here. I hope you all have been enjoying the new year so far and if not, don't worry, we still have plenty of the year left to make it for it. Let's get… » 1/07/15 9:15am 1/07/15 9:15am

2014: Reading Year in Review

I've put together a spreadsheet of all of the new books that I read in 2014, inspired by Ghost in the Machine's post chronicling what he read in 2013 (sorry if I'm stepping on your toes, Ghost), and it's been really interesting to review the data and use it to perhaps set some goals for 2015. » 1/01/15 9:42pm 1/01/15 9:42pm

Last WednesdayBookClub of 2014!! 

Hello, io9ers and welcome to WednesdayBookClub, where we are partying like it's 2015!! It's still ole 2014 in my cave but I know that for some of you Non-US niners are enjoying 2015 before it gets all mainstream. Let's go! » 12/31/14 3:38pm 12/31/14 3:38pm

Twas The BookClub Before Christmas

Twas the WednesdayBookClub before Christmas and all throughout the O-Deck, not a commenter was stirring, not even GeeseJuggler who is typically the one roaming about but who is probably getting ready for work at the moment and had the foresight to write this on Tuesday so she wouldn't forget again. Wait, none of that… » 12/24/14 9:30am 12/24/14 9:30am