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Book Review: Creed or Chaos? - By Dorothy L. Sayers

Dorothy L. Sayers is an author whom I sorta randomly stumbled upon. I had seen her books in the library, and had heard this book mentioned once in a lecture, but had never read her and had never really heard much about her. 1,174 more words


Book Review: Between Worlds — The Collected Ile-Rien and Cineth Stories by Martha Wells

Six by Six: A New Kind of Spec-Fic Anthology was a kickstarter conceived by a sextet of science fiction authors: Bradley Beaulieu, Brenda Cooper, Stephen Gaskell, Tina Connolly, Will McIntosh, and Martha Wells. 836 more words


Are Laptops the New Rooms for Women Authors?

I was so in love with the ideas in A Room of One’s Own when we bought our first house ten years ago that I set up an office just for me. 380 more words

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Mining the Genre Asteroid: The Argylle Series of Elizabeth Willey

The Kingdom has a problem. A set of problems, really. An untested young prince from a family of long-lived warriors and sorcerers has to deal with magical beasts mucking about in the great Forest near the city. 903 more words


A Clearer Brighter Vision

I can’t find the words to express what a truly good book is to my soul. There’s no better way to waste a warm summer afternoon then to sprawl out on a quilt edged up close to my garden, tree limbs dancing, casting lacy undulating shadows around me, and a gentle wind  plays the perfectly joyous playlist~twittering, chirping birdsong. 1,488 more words

Book Review: Radiant by Karina Sumner-Smith

Sitting squarely in the borderlands between science and fantasy, Karina Sumner-Smith’s first turn into novel length fiction (after a number of well received stories, including the Nebula nominated “An End to All things”) is the strongly crafted story of the ghost-seeing young woman Xhea in RADIANT, the first in the “Towers Trilogy”. 747 more words

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