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Book Review: PLANETFALL

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Notes on Diversity:
This book is rich with diversity on multiple levels. The cast is composed mostly of people of color. I read Ren, the main character, as a woman of color. 1,114 more words

Musings

Monstrous Little Voices: New Tales from Shakespeare’s Fantasy World

Monstrous Little Voices: New Tales from Shakespeare’s Fantasy World by Foz Meadows, Kate Heartfield, Emma Newman, Adrian Tchaikovsy and Jonathan Barnes (Afterword by Dr. John Lavagnino) 1,041 more words

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January Wrap-Up

Another month gone by. I know it’s only been 1 month out of an entire year, but it feels already like 2016 is flying by. Which makes me slightly panicky, because when I realize that a whole month is gone, I think about all the things I could have done during that time that I just didn’t, for whatever reason, and even if I did accomplish something, it always feels like I could have done so much more. 3,262 more words

2016

Book Review - Monstrous Little Voices: New Tales from Shakespeare's Fantasy World

Monstrous Little Voices is a collection of five short novellas that take place within a fantasy world based upon the works of William Shakespeare, and it’s about 80% brilliant, which is pretty good for an anthology. 1,011 more words

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Planetfall

This year I decided to really get back into reading, preferably at the rate of one or two completed reads a week. With that in mind, I picked up several books based entirely on their covers. 608 more words

Book Review

Planetfall

This was my first read of anything by Emma Newman and it won’t be my last.  She is an expert at capturing ambiance and the overall feeling of a scene.   499 more words

Sci Fi

Planetfall, by Emma Newman

Again, we have another book that I deem worthy of having me crawl out of the woodwork for!

Buy from Amazon.com, B&N, or… 1,152 more words

Fiction