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The Takeaway

Jennifer Armentrout

Last weekend I attended the Liberty States Fiction Writers conference. As always, it was a splendid affair, full of other writers and readers eager to meet old friends, make new acquaintances, freshen up skills and even make a few pitches to agents and editors. 523 more words

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TBR - End of The World: The Beginning by Nesly Clerge

The year is 2050. The Order of World Society governs the globe, the weather, the currency, and all facets of people’s lives. The Peace for All Agenda is anything but peaceful.

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Jen Air: The Novellas

I’ve written a few novellas for Jen Air that I will now look back on.  Obviously, I now hate all of them and I think the stuff I’m writing now is a lot better.  527 more words

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Review: The City of Gold and Lead, by John Christopher

Reliving my earliest reading memories, I have now finished the second book in John Christopher’s Tripods Trilogy.  It continues from where the last one finished, with our hero Will, Henry and Beanpole (don’t know why he’s the only one who gets a nickname) having completed their perilous journey to the White Mountains and joining the resistance there.  563 more words

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Review: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers

I bought this book an AGE ago and just got around to it now. I don’t know what I was expecting, really. This genre is uncharted territory for me – but I think this book changed any ideas I had about the sci fi genre on it’s head. 809 more words


Top Ten Tuesday - Unputdownable books

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly list hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This weeks theme is March 21: Read In One Sitting Theme: ten of the shortest books I’ve read, top ten books I read in one sitting, ten books to read when you are short on time, top ten books that will make you read the whole day away, etc. 902 more words


Asterion: School & Games

Another sizable extract from the novel I am writing, which is the first proper sequel to my first novel and expands a lot on the characters and their world (there are some novellas, but they’re mainly fluff written for fun).  2,073 more words

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