They call themselves an independent forum for science fiction, fantasy and alternate history - and a look at the small-press galaxy. As such, Yellow30 Sci-Fi has become established as a reputable source for reviews on little-known books of exactly the type that the Lost Genre Guild seeks to promote. Editor Steven Fivecats, Associate Editor Grace Lightfoot, and reviewers Mark Randell, Stefanie Longwood, Billi Caye, Ashley Ligon and Paul Dellinger have put in a great deal of work and written vast numbers of book reviews.
You can follow the review blogs at one of the following sites, which both have identical contents:
And here's a sample listing from their recent reviews, which are certainly worth checking out:
Mars Harvest by James Armentrout
"a bold new novel about humanity’s deep motivations...a believable portrayal of what space exploration may come to. A five star book for the serious science fiction fan."
Legend by Jude Hatcher Bangs
"Even if fantasy is not your genre, I would highly recommend this book, because in the end, it is a very enjoyable read and a fun story."
Light at the Edge of Darkness, edited by Cynthia MacKinnon
"The authors of these stories are well crafted word-smiths, who have sharpened their pens and powered-up their word processors to brings some nail biting and chill-bumps to raise the hairs on the back of any reader’s neck."
Rexcalibur: The Magic Returns, by Mitzi Kleidon
"Angels and demons clash with humanity as the descendants of the original knights of the Round Table are called together once again to save the kingdom."
Dragonsoar by Jonathan Christopher
"This faster paced novel will almost have you breathless and wanting to request some shore leave to recoup. Never a dull moment with this one."