helloladies: Horseshoe icon with the words Lady Business underneath. (Default)
[personal profile] helloladies posting in [community profile] ladybusiness
February — the month that feels both long and endless but stops abruptly as it gives way to March. We accomplished a lot this month! Let's recap.

Sidetracks logo


In our regularly scheduled features, we did episodes of Sidetracks on February 9 and February 23. The latter contains yet another discussion of ways we wish the Hugos were different, because no one ever gets enough of those. Fanwork Recs came around on February 2 and February 16.


Short Business logo


Jodie added several Short Business columns to our short fiction review horde: "Four Steps to the Perfect Smoky Eye" and "The End of the World in Five Dates", both by Claire Humphrey, and "Never the Same" by Polenth Blake.


We launched a new recommendation feature, Maps & Legends, which will probably come around every few months, with the question What books are on your auto-recommend list? The stories people shared were lovely, and we compiled the straight list and posted it over on our tumblr.


Clare & Renay's Adventures in Xena logo


In an exciting new adventure, Clare and Renay launched their project to watch and discuss all the episodes of Xena. Spoilers abound, but if you've seen the show we'd love to have you along. :D Thoughts about Episode 101, "Sins of the Past" and Episode 102, "Chariots of War" went up this month.


We had several guest come over this month, too. [personal profile] forestofglory came over to recommend favorite short fiction of 2014 and Memory joined us to talk about the Best Graphic Story category at the Hugo Awards.


cover of Station Eleven     cover of The Very Best of Kate Elliott     cover of Fortune's Pawn


Book-wise this month, Renay reviewed Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel and The Very Best of Kate Elliott by Kate Elliott (she also made a bingo card of Kate Elliott's back list for fun). Jodie dived into some fun science fiction and answered the discussion questions from the SFF Women Book Club about Fortune's Pawn by Rachel Bach.

It was a great month and we had a lot of fun. Time to tackle March!

Welcome!

Lady Business welcome badge


Profile
About
Pitch Us!
Review Policy
Comment Policy
Writers We Like!
Contact Us
Archive

tumblr icon twitter icon syndication icon

image asking viewer to support Lady Business on Patreon

Who We Are


Ira is an illustrator and gamer who decided that disagreeing with everyone would be a good way to spend their time on the internet. more? » twitter icon tumblr icon AO3 icon

By day Jodie is currently living the dream as a bookseller for a major British chain of book shops. She has no desire to go back to working in the real world. more? » tumblr icon last.fm icon

KJ KJ is an underemployed librarian, lifelong reader, and more recently an avid gamer. more? » twitter icon tumblr icon AO3 icon

Renay writes for Lady Business and co-hosts Fangirl Happy Hour, a pop culture media show that includes a lot yelling about the love lives of fictional characters. Enjoys puns. more? » twitter icon pinboard icon tumblr icon

Susan is a library assistant who uses her insider access to keep her shelves and to-read list permanently over-flowing. more? » twitter icon pinboard icon AO3 icon

Content


Book Review Index
Film Review Index
Television Review Index
Game Review Index
Non-Review Index
Sidetracks
We Want It!
Fanwork Recs
all content by tags

Our Projects



hugo award recs



Criticism & Debate


Indeed, we do have a comment policy.

What's with your subtitle?


It's a riff off an extremely obscure meme only Tom Hardy and Myspace fans will appreciate.


hugo award winner
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios