About & Disclaimers

All About Sci-Fi and Scary

Behind the Scenes


Meet your hosts: 

Lilyn G.– Founder of Sci-Fi & Scary. Primarily reviews science fiction works and kids books.

Grace K – Co-host that joined the Sci-Fi & Scary team in January of 2017. Primarily reviews horror works.

We are committed to giving the readers bluntly honest reviews of Science Fiction and Horror. The only time you may see something different is when a book or movie crosses genre lines. We are not the correct outlet if you are seeking features or reviews for works that fall outside of these two genres.

Every Saturday is Kids’ Corner day, where attention is given solely to kids books and other issues pertaining to kids literacy.

If you tweet, you can follow @scifiandscary or @graciekat13. While we do NOT take book review requests via Twitter, feel free to hit us up to chat about books or movies!

Sci-Fi & Scary is pleased to work with the following publicity outlets for film:

  • Katrina Wan PR
  • October Coast PR
  • Justin Cook PR

We are looking to continue to grow the film aspect of the site, so if you would like us to consider joining your PR team for features and reviews, please reach out to us via contact @ scifiandscary.com

Sci-Fi & Scary is pleased to work with both independent and tradiitionally published authors, and have reviewed works from: Tor, Atria, Simon & Schuster, Severed Press, Sinister Grin Press, Cemetary Dance Publications, Disney, and many more.


The header for Sci-FI & Scary was provided by Brian from Brian’s Book Blog




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Please note that while we do our best to run Sci-Fi & Scary professionally, we are not paid reviewers. This is a hobby done for pleasure alone.

46 thoughts on “About & Disclaimers

  1. I’m about a week behind on reading blogs, but I’ve run into a problem, Lilyn: all your posts are coming up with a “Loading . . . ” message underneath “Like this:” (the phrase, not the button). The “Like” button is not appearing. So I can’t “like” anything. This does not seem to be the case with other blogs I’m catching up on. On the other hand, for all I know, the problem could be me. But I figured I’d better let you know.

          1. Cache clearing doesn’t do it. But it may be something with my browser and the new plug-in that will go away when I reboot in the morning. I’ll check back then. Sorry for the bother if it turns out to be just my problem!

  2. Hi,

    Just wanted to let you know that I’ve just set up a site sort of like NetGalley
    where you can review free books online. It’s here to help self-published authors
    get a little more attention than they’re getting, but I hope it’ll do nice things for you too. Let’s see:
    – you can post your website in your profile so you can get some backlink love from Google
    – I’ll help tweet your reviews
    – you can make some coffee money by adding your Amazon Associates ID to the book reviews and get commissions
    on any purchases made through your reviews
    – …and it’s a new place to make a name for youself. Plus, I can imagine there’s a slight prestige in reviewing obscure books.
    Good reviewers will be loved on this site and if you’re into being loved, come check it out. If there are other benefits, things you,
    as a book blogger, are looking for, please let me know and I’ll see if I can build it into the site.
    Many thanks for taking the time to read this. The site is http://www.paperbackreviewer.com and you can sign up with your Twitter or FB account.
    Hope to see you on the site!

    Best regards,

    John Khoury

  3. Hello! Just noticed that you have followed my journalism blog (thank you!) where I post my work, and I was wondering if you’d be more interested in following my book blog, since you have one yourself? I had a bit of a mix up with which blog my comments would send people to, as I’d prefer them to go to my book blog, but hopefully that’s sorted now. To find it, either click my name or this link:
    And if not, then that’s fine, and thank you for following my other blog!
    Your posts look great, and I am looking forward to reading more! 🙂

  4. Hi there! Thanks for commenting on my blog today—it brought me to your neat blog! 🙂 I don’t read as many sci-fi or thriller books as I would like, so I am definitely looking forward to seeing what books you recommend and review.
    ~Analee @ Book Snacks

            1. I have a (audio) book for the car, a book for downtime at work, and generally 2 books for reading before bed in case one of them is boring me. Somewhere along the line I lost the ability to read one book at a time. My brain is too scattered. -.-

                1. Its only good as long as you’re reading distinctly different books. I try to carefully avoiding reading two books at the same time who have characters with names that are even faintly similar.

  5. Because, I too, have a first grader. Have you seen “The Book With No Pictures”? I read it to the class and they LOVED it. It’s a must read around here. Thank you for stopping by my blog so I could discover yours!

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