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Liminal Space: When the Lines Between YA and Adult Get Blurry

Allison: Recently, after finishing The Invasion of the Tearling, I shouted at Alyssa (via the internet) “THIS IS NOT YA!” and she gently reminded me that, no, it’s not. 2,377 more words

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Uprooted: Fresh High Fantasy Canon

“Our Dragon doesn’t eat the girls he takes, no matter what stories they tell outside our valley. We hear them sometimes, from travelers passing through. They talk as though we were doing human sacrifice, and he were a real dragon. 945 more words

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Even more favorite summer reading so far ... The Seven Sisters

Wow, I picked this up in the book store after falling in love with the cover (shallow, I know) and the sound of the story. I’m glad I did. 378 more words

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What Next? Wednesday: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell

I remember quite vividly the first time I read Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell. At the age of fourteen, I was making my first forays into the adult fantasy realm, when what should fall into my lap than one of the year’s most anticipated books, set in an alternate England filled with magic? 532 more words

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A Book for Book Lovers

I haven’t read any of Jo Walton’s other books, but I probably will now. I don’t even know how Among Others blipped across my radar because I’m usually oblivious about the Hugos and Nebulas and general talk in the sci-fi/fantasy world. 963 more words

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Silent Scream by Angela Marsons

Starting Silent Scream, I have to say I was probably somewhat pre-disposed to liking it (and I did) once I realised it was set in the Black Country, my adopted home. 254 more words

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The Heir by Rebecka Vigus

We are pleased to present our eBook design for The Heir by Rebecka Vigus—a Kindle thriller short. We also created the cover tagline and wrote the book blurb. 116 more words

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