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    Geek Girl’s Fictional Junk Food-O-Rama – “Sluggy Freelance Is, Indeed, Nifty”

    I know that by this time, it’s absolutely no secret at all that I am a comic book geek.  I’m a comic strip junkie, too.  It sort of goes with the territory.  I never quite grew out...

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  • A MEMORY OF LIGHT – Book Tour

    Official Publisher Press Release: January 8, 2013 marks an historic moment in publishing: A MEMORY OF LIGHT, the 14th and final volume in Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time series, will bring to a close one of the...

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  • Bard’s Oath by Joanne Bertin – review

    Publisher’s Description: In The Last Dragonlord and Dragon and Phoenix Joanne Bertin created a world unlike our own, where Dragonlords soar in the skies above the many realms of the land.  The Dragonlords’ magic is unique, giving...

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  • Territory by Emma Bull – review

    It’s no secret that I like mash-ups of genres.  When they’re done really well they become some of the most intriguing and original things that I’ve read.  So, of course, I was excited to get my hands...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Wrimoed right through the ringer?

    The second week of NaNoWriMo proved to be a special challenge this year.  I’m trying to get a short story together for a submission in the hopes of getting it published, keeping up with a few writing...

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  • Bad Glass by Richard E. Gropp – review

    It’s the near future, in October, and something terrible has happened to Spokane, Washington.  The government has quarantined the entire city.  Many were evacuated.  Others chose to stay.  No one goes in.  No one comes out.  Information...

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    The Webs of Varok (The Archives of Varok)

    In this gripping sequel to Cary Neeper’s debut novel, A Place Beyond Man (The Archives of Varok), the main protagonist, Tandra Grey, leaves behind the confines of an Earth that is in economic and ecological decay, and...

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  • Pariah by Dan Abnett – review

    Out in November in Hardback, Pariah is book one of the Bequin trilogy. Penned by the master himself, Dan Abnett, this novel is the beginning of his third Inquisition trilogy. The first and second, Eisenhorn and Ravenor respectively, remain immensely...

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  • The Inexplicables by Cherie Priest – review

    Publisher’s Description: Rector “Wreck ’em” Sherman was orphaned as a toddler in the Blight of 1863, but that was years ago. Wreck has grown up, and on his eighteenth birthday, he’ll be cast out of the orphanage....

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  • Fear To Tread by James Swallow – review

    James Swallow,  author of one of my favourites from the Horus Heresy Series, Flight of the Eisenstein, returns once more with Fear To Tread, the long awaited tale of the Primarch Sanguinius, his Blood Angels, and the growing horror...

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  • And the “Wrimoes” will be dancing underneath the moonlight…

    It’s November, which means that, once again, I’m going to be driving myself insane at the general rate of 2,000 or so words a day on weekdays and, failing that, spurts of up to 17,000 words on...

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    “Smart Is the New Sexy” – guest post by Sharon Lynn Fisher

    I love love love me a geeky hero. Always have. My sweet spot as a writer is sci-fi romance, so of course I’m a Star Wars geek. Han was cheeky and flirty and roguish, but I only...

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