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    Tesseracts Sixteen (Parnassus Unbound) ed. by Mark Leslie – Review

    Looking for a veritable banquet of the finest Canadian speculative fiction? Look no further than Tesseracts Sixteen (Parnassus Unbound) edited by Mark Leslie. Each of the previous anthologies have had their own special themes. This volume contains...

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  • More Steampunk Ace Monkeys and New Jackie Collins!

    Just a couple news pieces to share this morning. First, a reminder for any Jackie Collins fans out there that her new book, The Power Trip, is due out on Feb. 12 from Macmillan.  Board the exclusive...

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  • What are you reading this week?

    I just got my copy of Imager’s Batallion, the 6th book in L. E. Modesitt’s series. The package might as well have come with a birthday card from Tor. Happy Moff Elena, indeed! I also picked up a...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Cover Art Debuted For The Garden Of Stones

    The cover art for the upcoming fantasy novel The Garden of Stones by Australian novelist Mark Barnes which comes out May 21, 2013. The novel is one that lovers of the fantasy genre will immediately enjoy with its fully-realized world...

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  • Still Life with Shape-shifter by Sharon Shinn – review

    Still Life with Shape-shifter is a loose sequel to last fall’s The Shape of Desire.  It expands on the world and includes some of the characters from Shape but has different main characters.  The narrator, Melanie, is...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • The Drowning Girl by Caitlin R. Kiernan – review

    If you have ever felt like women are difficult to understand, reading a Caitlin R. Kiernan book isn’t going to help you unravel that mystery any time soon.  One of the things that I have always liked...

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  • First Call for Book Tournament Nominations

    Now that 2012 has closed its last calendar, it’s time to start thinking about what the year meant to us in books. If you have a fantasy/SF novel published for the first time in 2012 that you...

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    Whispers Underground by Ben Aaronovitch – Review – Douglas R. Cobb

    Are you a fan of Urban Paranormal novels? Ben Aaronotich’s “Rivers of London” series proves that he is a master of the genre. The main protagonist of the series is Constable Peter Grant, who is both a...

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  • Xanth Gets Book 36; Piers Anthony Visits NPR

    If you have visited the fantasy section at a bookstore any time since, oh, 1980 or so, you’ve seen one of Piers Anthony’s Xanth novels. In December, Luck of the Draw, novel #36 in the series, was published....

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  • “Forest. Snow. Memory.” by BSC’s Own Patricia Scott Published!

    Another big congratulations from all of us at BSC to Patricia Scott (our own dragonwomant) for winning the December contest at Enchanted Conversation. Her original fairy tale this time involves Krampus and St. Nicholas–a great way to let the...

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