Shields in Shadow by Andy Peloquin – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Shields in Shadow

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 
Tales of the Thief-City by Gareth Lewis – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Tales of the Thief-City

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The Stone Knife by Anna Stephens – Exclusive Excerpt!
 

The Stone Knife by Anna Stephens

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Browsing all articles tagged with R. F. Kuang.

Words of Wisdom from Comic-Con@Home

Words of Wisdom from Comic-Con@Home 

In a move that probably shocks no one, I went to yet another virtual convention—this time Comic-Con@Home back in July. But this time instead of waxing poetic about how awesome this shift to virtual is or exclaiming how this could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for some like I did before, this time I wanted to […]

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VoyagerCon – Event Review

VoyagerCon – Event Review 

First, let me confess to being an idiot. Those who know me, have met me, or avoided me (I’m sure it happens), were probably aware of that already. I always, always, plan my journey across the London Underground before I leave home. Otherwise, as happened here, I end up staring at a TFL map seeing […]

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The Poppy War by R. F. Kuang

The Poppy War by R. F. Kuang
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Today is May 4, coincidentally the 99th anniversary of the first popular protest in China’s history. Due to the somber tone of The Poppy War, I am eschewing my usual levity in this review. In my review of Naomi Novik’s His Majesty’s Dragon, I proclaimed to be an avid student of Napoleonic History. If there’s […]

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R. F. Kuang Interview – The Poppy War

R. F. Kuang Interview – The Poppy War 

Rebecca F. Kuang (writing as R. F. Kuang) immigrated to the US from Guangzhou, China in 2000. When she isn’t writing books she is a student of Chinese history focusing on military strategy, collective trauma, and war memorials. Her debut novel, The Poppy War, based on the Second Sino-Japanese War, released in the US yesterday […]

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