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Dangerous Women

So I just picked up volume 3 of the George R.R. Martin edited Dangerous Women anthology. You can pick this up as a single volume on Amazon for Kindle but it’s kinda expensive for an anthology (probably Martin’s name being tagged to it) and I really only wanted this for one story, which I got in volume 3 (paperback). 685 more words


An Outlandish memory

Scenes from Outlander episode #113 are based on events in “Virgins” which was published in an anthology called Dangerous Women (edited by George R R Martin) in December 2013. 74 more words


Dangerous Women, Rogues and Warriors, oh my!


The great storyteller of Game of Thrones fame, George R.R. Martin, and veteran anthologist Gardner Dozois, have joined together to offer three powerful volumes of original short stories by today’s best writers in fantasy, science fiction, historical fiction, and suspense. 184 more words


Dangerous Women - Female-led Epic Fantasy

Following on from my last post on female-led epic fantasy, Dangerous Women Vol 2 (edited by George R R Martin and Gardner Dozois) is now available in paperback. 115 more words


A TALE OF TWO DRAGONS – The Princess and the Queen, or, the Blacks and the Greens – A Review

One of my favourite literary series of all time is the award winning A Song of Ice and Fire and when I come across something in the bookstore written by George RR Martin (GRRM) I naturally feel compelled to purchase it. 351 more words

Book Reviews

miss carter's war

finally finished reading this lovely book – its actually a brief history of london over a period of 55 years, taking you from the end of the second world war right through to the millennium – taking in all the social aspects of living and working in britain during that time, through the eyes of Marguerite, a warm and likeable character who’s passion for living and improving the lives of young women is especially admirable.   129 more words


Makeup as a Weapon

Recently while at work I had a conversational argument with another waitress, an older woman of artistic and subversive inclinations, about the role of makeup on a personal and societal level. 647 more words