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Review: Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins

Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins
Published by Putnam Juvenile on April 8, 2014
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy
Pages: 441
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Book Reviews

Book Review: CUCKOO SONG by Frances Hardinge

It is England during the reign of King George V. The Machine Age is at its peak, and human society is in flux, becoming increasingly urbanized, secular. 1,134 more words


The Lessons by Naomi Alderman

Frequently compared to Donna Tartt’s The Secret History, which I loved and although it seems any old book set in a university, about a group of misfit students qualifies as a read-alike for TSH and believe me, often they are… 255 more words


It's time to sign up for the 2015 Matera Women's Fiction Festival

Yes, it’s that time of year again.

Time to think about signing up for the Matera Women’s Fiction Festival (24-27 September 2015).

Early bird rates are in effect until 30 June. 173 more words

Writing Blog

Book Review: The End of the Sentence by Maria Dahvana Headley and Kat Howard

Malcolm Mays has been running from a tragic event in his past. His flight has taken him to the tiny community of Ione, Oregon. There, he has bought an old, abandoned house to make his own, sight unseen. 589 more words


Story of the Week: The Camping Trip

The Camping Trip by Renee Asher Pickup

The canvas tent does little to keep the heat or the sounds of unbridled testosterone at bay. The cat is alternating between licking himself and jumping to stare intently in the direction of gunshots and carousing outside. 1,136 more words

Snippet: Maria Ángeles Cabré's "Countercurrently..." - on eight female writers (non-fiction)

Maria Ángeles Cabré, A contracorriente. Escritoras a la intemperie del siglo XX , 2015, 280 p.

The publisher’s summary:

Quite some time ago literature ceased to be an exclusively male homeland, and today there are many female writers who populate our libraries, converting them into more plural and fertile places. 232 more words