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Animated handMost of the time I read Science Fiction and Fantasy novels. I have been reading SF for as far back as I can remember with Fantasy a close second. Considering the thousands of books I have read and reread over the years I have avoided picking out a "favorite" author or book. There are some I continue to read as old friends but I am always willing to pick up something new and give it a try. That is the only way I know to find new favorites.

SF & Fantasy Writers

Here are some homepages and websites of writer's and worlds I keep going back to. I have specific reviews of some of the works, and links to buy them from here. Even if you don't want to buy the books, let me know what you think about the reviews.

General SF & F Links

  • SFF-Net, a long list of links to many SF and Fantasy writers and there home pages.

  • The Science Fiction Weekly, a nice weekly update on the world of SF & F.

  • The SF Site is devoted to various aspects of science fiction. Lots of good links with information on various writers and where you can find out more about them.

  • The Science Fiction Timeline page covers the timelines of several of the major storylines in SF.

  • Uchronia: The Alternate History List website.. It also includes information on the Sidewise Awards for the best AH every year.

Here are the homepages of some publishers of SF & Fantasy.

  • This is the Tor home page. They will have an explanation for their name.

  • Here is the Del Rey home page. They have published some of the biggest names in SF & Fantasy.

  • Baen Books publishes some of the best SF and Fantasy available.

  • This will take you to the Avon Books Main Menu. From there you can find information about authors such as Joel Rosenberg.

Mystery Links

I also read mysteries. There are not very many writers I search for these days, I tend to prefer the older writers. The bad part of that of course is they have a hard time adding to their body of work once they are dead. A couple of general interest sites for mystery readers are The Mysterious Home Page and The Online Mystery Network: The place for everything mystery. Again, some specific reviews and links for buying are here.

I will be adding links and information here all the time. If you have know of any other websites drop me email to let me know about them.

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