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A Year Reading Women Authors

Above: The first book of my year reading only women authors.

As I said at the beginning of my challenge, I tend to read women writers in equal measure to male writers. 831 more words

Reading Challenge

The Lovecraft eZine celebrates Women in Horror Month with today's show

February is Women in Horror Month. There’s no question that there are many talented women writers in weird fiction and Lovecraftian horror, and on today’s show, we’re going to talk with a few of them: … 148 more words


Review: The Broken Kingdoms

I just finished reading The Broken Kingdoms, book two in N.K. Jemisin’s Inheritance Trilogy, and it was so good! When I had initially read reviews of the trilogy I found that a lot of readers felt it was a weaker follow up to her first installment,  771 more words


These Ladies Led the Way

I felt another list coming on, and I decided to choose my favorite classic women authors. Here are the novels I love:

  1. Any of Jane Austen’s novels.
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Spring 2016 Preview: April Releases

It’s unusually warm in Witch City right now. On February 1st, it was 65F! Here’s hoping that this post of my most anticipated April releases in (mostly) YA fiction will ward off last year’s snowpocalypse!  2,838 more words

Women Writers

Let's Get Acquainted

I love sex. Not just any lay will do, though. I like a man to take his time, taste my softness, smell my sweetness. I like wet kisses on hard nipples. 112 more words


Troy Chimneys

‘I like to think that when I am dead, as long as the house stands, the sun and water will write these chronicles upon the ceiling—the same sun, the same river—only the current gives an illusion of change.’

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