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June book haul

June has been a reading nightmare for me, so many disappointing readings, that I guess I went crazy and end up buying a total of 12 books. 37 more words

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Au Contraire 2016

This weekend past I attended my second ever SFF convention. It was a long weekend, full of socializing, sitting in on fascinating panels and discussions, and which for me meant convening my first ever panel (Mythology, with amazing panelists), attending a launch for At the Edge (which has my short story Hope Lies North included), the SJV Awards (where I didn’t win anything), and a closing ceremony (during which I won a prize for having the best-coloured hair – truly impressive, because there were some awesome colours present!). 292 more words

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Books and a Beat.

Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read… 205 more words

Teaser Tuesday

2012 Snapshot Archive: Juliet Marillier

First published at Alisa Krasnostein’s blog.

Juliet Marillier was born and brought up in Dunedin, New Zealand, and now lives in Western Australia. Her historical fantasy novels for adults and young adults have been translated into many languages and have won a number of awards including the Aurealis, the American Library Association’s Alex Award, the Sir Julius Vogel Award and the Prix Imaginales. 1,287 more words


2010 Snapshot Archive: Juliet Marillier

First published at Alexandra Pierce’s LiveJournal.

Born in New Zealand and now resident in Western Australia, Juliet Marillier is an award-winning author of historical fantasy. Her novels for adults include the Sevenwaters series and the Bridei Chronicles. 682 more words


2007 Snapshot Archive: Juliet Marillier

Interviewed by Alexandra Pierce

First published at ASiF!

Q1: Wildwood Dancing has been included in the Books Alive promotion this year. Was there a process you had to go through for that to happen? 856 more words


Tower of Thorns

If you’ve been following this blog, you might have noticed that I love Juliet Marillier. Last year I reviewed her book “Dreamer’s Pool“, and while I try to space our her novels as much as I can, I finally let myself read “Tower of Thorns”, which is the sequel. 242 more words

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