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Round-Up: Inoue, Barnes, Roberts, Liu

Yasushi Inoue’s The Hunting Gun is my first foray into Japanese literature. A novella, The Hunting Gun uses a narrative device that I recently came across in Brian Friel’s  941 more words

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Interview for Australian Spec Fic Snaphot 2016

This month I was interviewed for the Australian SpecFic Snapshot 2016.  The Snapshot’s series of interviews provides a great overview of who’s who in the Australian Speculative Fiction Community. 84 more words

BOOK REVIEW – REBIRTH by AMY MCNEW

BOOK REVIEW – REBIRTH by AMY MCNEW

BOOK REVIEW – REBIRTH

This book. Ms. McNew writes with “guts on the page.” What I found in the pages of her book, were my own guts. 587 more words

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Amy Brock McNew reblogged this on Amy Brock McNew ~Author~ and commented:

A fantastic review by Robin Mason. I'm humbled and thrilled people are connecting with Rebirth!

Realm Makers Wrap Up

Well, ladies, gents, and hobbits, we’re wrapping up another successful Realm Makers conference. Each year, I see the conference getting better and better: great workshops, deeper discussions, more networking . 539 more words

Amy Brock McNew reblogged this on Amy Brock McNew ~Author~ and commented:

I came home from Realm Makers and headed straight to GenCon, so I haven't had time to write my own RM roundup post yet. While you're waiting for that, I thought you might like to check out other attendees' thoughts on the subject.

Fantasy novels / David Farland

Fantasy novels / David Farland

“There are all kinds of fantasy novels.  If you’re a genre writer, the first one that you might think of is Sword and Sorcery, or perhaps High Fantasy.  57 more words

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Lost Girls Cover Reveal!

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Normally, I don’t read a lot of YA books. I gravitate toward more adult themes and older characters, so the genre hasn’t really been at the top of my list. 682 more words

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