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5 books that made me cry

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Mercedes Lackey

Classic science fiction authors notebooks


Yet another idea for a set of notebooks. You can never have too many. The concept of this set is the first and last book written by certain authors. 135 more words

Crafts

Review: Dragon's Kin by Anne McCaffrey

Dragon’s Kin by Anne McCaffrey

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sometimes a person has to do with what they can afford and/or find at the time. 193 more words

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Review: The Skies of Pern by Anne McCaffrey

The Skies of Pern by Anne McCaffrey

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I SO wanted to give this book five stars. Five stars because I miss Anne McCaffrey and she showed a different way to depict women in science fiction. 282 more words

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Dolphins (Who Speak Esperanto) of Pern

This is part of a chapter from Anne McCaffrey’s book, Dolphins of Pern which I’m translating into Esperanto for fun. I wanted to do a section where the dolphins talk so that  could try and figure out how to corrupt Esperanto, but still keep it more or less comprehensible. 757 more words

Esperanto

The Ship Who Sang, Anne McCaffrey

The Ship Who Sang, Anne McCaffrey (1969)
Review by Kate Macdonald

I’ve been reading one of Anne McCaffrey’s earliest novels, from 1969, The Ship Who Sang… 1,692 more words

Book Review

Dragonsdawn in Esperanto (part V)

My Esperanto translation of one chapter from Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonsdawn continues.

“Dankon pro la alarmo, Ongola. Ni havis sufiĉan tempon por sekuri la lukojn. Ni sciis ke la bestetoj diradis ion al ni sed kiu infere povus diveni tion?” Jim Tillek raportis de la ferdeko de la… 857 more words

Esperanto