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My Real Children by Jo Walton

A wise person once told me that 50% of your life’s happiness derives from one decision: who will be your significant other? Or possibly I just heard it on Dr. Phil—I don’t know. In either case, Jo Walton’s lovely new … Continue reading

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Guest post by Jaime Lee Moyer: The Great War (includes giveaway!)

For this week’s guest post, I’m very happy to welcome Jaime Lee Moyer, author of Delia’s Shadow (now out in paperback!) and A Barricade in Hell (due out on June 3rd). Jaime Lee Moyer lives in San Antonio, land of cactus, cowboys, … Continue reading

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Guest post by L.E. Modesitt Jr.: The Challenges and Benefits of a Long Series

For today’s guest post, I’m very proud and happy to welcome L.E. Modesitt Jr., the author of over 60 (!) fantasy and science fiction novels, including his bestselling Saga of Recluce. I’ve been a life-long fan of Mr. Modesitt – … Continue reading

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Giveaway winners! (Afterparty and Cyador’s Heirs giveaways)

Here are the winners for last week’s giveaways! The winners of the Afterparty giveaway are: Ben L. of Atlanta, GA Debora S. of DuBois, PA Marissa B. of Boulder, CA And… The winners of the Cyador’s Heirs giveaway are: Kevin P. … Continue reading

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Giveaway! Win a copy of L.E. Modesitt Jr.’s new Recluce novel, Cyador’s Heirs!

Please note this giveaway is completed and the winners have been announced — but check back here soon for more giveaways! Folks, I usually try to stagger the giveaways around here so there’s just one per week, but this one is … Continue reading

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Afterparty by Daryl Gregory (includes giveaway!)

In the future depicted in Afterparty, Daryl Gregory’s excellent new science fiction novel, making designer drugs has never been easier. Since the Smart Drug revolution, anyone can create and print their own pharmaceuticals, whether they’re copies of old-fashioned street drugs or … Continue reading

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American Craftsmen by Tom Doyle

Because I only read about 80 pages of Tom Doyle’s debut novel American Craftsmen, this is not so much a review as a summary of what I liked and ultimately didn’t like. But first, here’s the blurb: In modern America, … Continue reading

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