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Meet Chess Desalls author of Travel Glasses

Can you give us a quick description of your book?
 Travel Glasses is a YA time travel fantasy that explores themes of trust, relationships, privacy, self-preservation, reality and illusion. 788 more words

YA Fantasy

Go set a watchman by Harper Lee

“The one human being she had ever fully and wholeheartedly trusted had failed her; the only man she had ever known to whom she could point and say with expert knowledge, ‘He is a gentleman, in his heart he is a gentleman,’ had betrayed her, publicly, grossly, and shamelessly.” 872 more words

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How to make me believe in your young adult dystopia

In my quest to binge watch ALL THE SHOWS, I started watching The 100.

This is (yet another) Young Adult Dystopia (actually, the ‘topia’ part of dystopia is questionable. 847 more words

Donna A Leahey

Book Review: The Stories of the Raksura Volume Two by Martha Wells

Through three novels and a previous collection of stories (Stories of the Raksura Volume One: The Falling World and The Tale of Indigo and Cloud… 921 more words

Fantasy

My Superpower: E.C. Ambrose (Elisha Rex)

My Superpower is a regular guest column on the Skiffy and Fanty blog where authors and creators tell us about one weird skill, neat trick, highly specialized cybernetic upgrade, or other superpower they have, and how it helped (or hindered!) their creative process as they built their project. 1,068 more words

Books

Behind the Business: Monica R Sholar

We love inspiring stories from amazing people across the globe who are doing great things. This week’s feature focuses on Monica R Sholar. A graduate of the Detroit School of Arts, Monica R. 1,002 more words

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