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Of Corpse Orchards, March Interruptus, Dragons & Beasts

The Beast from the East has been keeping me awake. I live a smidge from the north sea – turn right out of my front door and the great grey water thrashes the shore across the street. 363 more words

Writing

Les Imaginales Festival

I am delighted to be able to announce that this May, from 24-27th, I will be attending my first convention overseas, Les Imaginales in Epinal, France. 256 more words

Writing

Dragons in Books

Many books in the fantasy genre feature dragons as real animals and not as mythical creatures no one has ever seen. They are serpentine beings who spew fire, and have both reptilian and avian traits. 547 more words

Books

Best Books I Read in 2017

How is this year almost over? Wasn’t it April yesterday? This year has positively flown by. 2017 has been… well, let’s say “hit or miss” for a lot of people. 3,233 more words

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The Memoirs of Lady Trent - Marie Brennan

The first two books in this series are covered in an earlier review.

After a wait for Voyage of the Basilisk (acquired through inter-library loan), I devoured the last three books of this series. 159 more words

Book Reviews

A Natural History of Dragons

A Natural History of Dragons, Marie Brennan – 2014

From childhood Isabella Hendemore has been obsessed by dragons; from the insect-like species that are as common as flies to the information on mighty drakes contained in her father’s tomes. 851 more words