The Girl and the Mountain by Mark Lawrence
 

The Girl and the Mountain

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Leather and Lace by Magen Cubed
 

Leather and Lace

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The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart
 

The Bone Shard Daughter

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Lost Gods edited by Joanne Hall and Dolly Garland

Lost Gods edited by Joanne Hall and Dolly Garland
4.5

They have slept for centuries. Buried. Forgotten. Lost. Until they awake. Or are awoken… When the deities of old return, will they bring blessings or destruction to a time that no longer remembers them? Should they be left to lie in peace, or used for our own ends? Are they gods, or monsters? What lies […]

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Fight Like A Girl Anthology: Launch, Review, and Readalong!

Fight Like A Girl Anthology: Launch, Review, and Readalong!
4.25

On the first Saturday in April, I learned something very important: if you’re going to get involved in a tavern brawl, always make sure you have Juliet McKenna on your side. This pearl of wisdom was imparted by the launch of Kristell Ink’s new anthology, Fight Like A Girl, which brings together new and established […]

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The Art of Forgetting: Nomad – Cover Reveal

A lot of you from the United Kingdom will know of Joanne Hall – she is one of the main organisers of BristolCon and the Bristol Science Fiction & Fantasy Society, so plays quite an important role in promoting the genre down the Southern end of the country. Well, in addition to being an avid […]

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The Art of Forgetting by Joanne Hall

The Art of Forgetting by Joanne Hall
3.5

Gifted and cursed with a unique memory, the foundling son of a notorious traitor, Rhodri joins an elite cavalry unit. There, struggling with his own memories of his father, he begins to discover a sense of belonging. Until a face from the past reveals a secret that will change not only Rhodri’s life, but the […]

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Women to Watch Out For in 2013

Women to Watch Out For in 2013 

The blog post listing the most anticipated fantasy books of 2013 got a bit of negative attention because of the complete absence of women from the top ten. I thought I would lend a hand by listing a few 2013 books by women that people might find interesting. Of course any such list does depend […]

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