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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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Autodrome by Kim Lakin-Smith

Autodrome by Kim Lakin-Smith
3.5

Eddie Izzard used to do a sketch where he talked about how you only get car chases in movies, never in books. And the reason you don’t get them in books is that it would be very dull: “The man was driving. He looked over his shoulder at the other man, and he was driving […]

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Queen Rat by Kim Lakin-Smith

Queen Rat by Kim Lakin-Smith
3.5

Queen Rat was first published in 2012 by Murky Depths, but it’s just been released as an ebook. And as it’s been sitting on my TBR pile for a while, I thought it was an opportune time to review it. The story is a slab of steampunky fun aimed at older children or young young-adults. It’s […]

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