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Artemis Awakening

Y’all know by now that I am a huge advocate for the library and that most of the books I read are from the library. Most of the time this is great, but every once in a while it causes me to miss something I would like to have read sooner. 1,012 more words

Women Writers

Historical Fantasy: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell

BBC America has announced that their adaptation of Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell will air in 2015. Naturally, I thought we’d better recommend the book to you, before the seven part series gets started. 617 more words

Women Writers

My Quintessence is Now Available

  My Quintessence 2nd edition

Is now available!

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“Are You Ready For a Journey Into the Soul?
If you love the sound of rain against the roof in the middle of the night, or if you have ever felt compelled to dance to the rhythm of a band that only you could hear, you will love this collection of poetry from Jasmine Farrell. 169 more words


Bailey's Prize shortlist for 2015

The Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist is out.

I love following the Bailey’s Prize (formerly the Orange prize).

There has been some criticism that there is no longer any need for a separate prize for female authors, but if the final list of last year’s Booker prize ( 108 more words

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Some Advice for Authors

Simple advice: get a decent website!!

Every time I write a book review I link (or TRY to link) to the book’s page on the author’s website. 280 more words


Sci-fi/YA for Adults: Part 3

This is my last post in my Sci-Fi/Fantasy YA for Adults series (for now, I reserve the right to come back to this subject!). So far, I’ve talked about books where the teenage protagonist often has adult responsibilities and who grows into their power quickly. 837 more words

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The Girl on the Train

Title: The Girl on the Train
Writers : Paula Hawkins
Published: 2015
Genre: Fiction
My Rating: 3 on 5

Girl on the Train refers to Rachel, who is a 30-something woman, divorced, alcoholic who commutes by train everyday for work. 410 more words

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