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Book Review: Sorcery of a Queen by Brian Naslund

Title: Sorcery of a Queen Author: Brian Naslund Publisher: Tor Books Publication Date: Aug 11, 2020 Genres: Epic Fantasy Shelves: Female-fronted Blood of an Exile sat in my review pile for nearly a year before I finally decided to give it a read, and I only did so because Sorcery of a Queen had caught my eye. It ended up being... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Ascendancy of Warriors by J.L. Nicely

Title: The Ascendancy of Warriors Author: J.L. Nicely Publisher: Braintree Press Publication Date: October 7, 2020 Genres: Epic Fantasy Shelves: Female-fronted, female-authored Earlier this year I had the great privilege of meeting J.L. Nicely, who was kind enough to provide me with copies of the first 2 books in her Womara Series. They were, quite simply, everything I wanted them to... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Awakening by Nora Roberts

Title: The Awakening Author: Nora Roberts Publisher: St. Martin's Press Publication Date: Nov. 24 2020 Genres: Epic Fantasy Shelves: Female-author, female-fronted Despite having read her Cousins O'Dwyer trilogy and a handful of Eve Dallas novels over the years, it was Chronicles of The One that put Nora Roberts back on my radar, leading me to The Awakening and my first... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Prince(ss) by Sara Gravatt-Wimsatt

Title: Prince(ss): A fair(l)y (odd) tale Author: Sara Gravatt-Wimsatt Publisher: Sara Gravatt-Wimsatt Publication Date: July 30, 2020 Genres: Epic Fantasy Shelves: Female-fronted, female-authored, transgender Prince(ss): A fair(l)y (odd) tale is a book that came my way a couple of months ago, introduced to me by Sara Gravatt-Wimsatt, a queer nonbinary femme author, as a high fantasy novel with female leads and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson

Title: Oathbringer Author: Brandon Sanderson Publisher: Tor Books Publication Date: Nov. 14 2017 Genres: Epic Fantasy Shelves:  With Rhythm of War due to hit shelves in a few short weeks, I've spent the last few months lingering over a reread of Oathbringer. I raced through it the first time 3 years ago, and I've always felt as if I... Continue Reading →

Excerpt & Book Review: Fighting for Home by Kim Richards

Fighting for HomeDescendants of the AmazoiBook OneKim Richards Genre: fantasy/historical fantasyPublisher: Kim GilchristDate of Publication: July 2020Print ISBN: 978-1-952564-00-0Digital ISBN: 978-1-952564-02-4Number of pages: 241Word Count: 87,616 Cover Artist: Dawné Dominique DusktilDawn Designs In 300 B.C.—the Greco-Roman Age—tribes of warrior women thrived near the Black Sea. The area is now modern-day Turkey. The Greeks called them... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Phoenix Extravagant by Yoon Ha Lee

Title: Phoenix Extravagant Author: Yoon Ha Lee Publisher: Solaris Publication Date: Oct. 15 2020 Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction Shelves: Female-authored, non-binary More than just a beautiful story of a nonbinary protagonist and their mechanical dragon, Phoenix Extravagant is a powerful tale of art, identity, imperialism, and family. Yoon Ha Lee deftly juxtaposes the beauty of words with the starkness of plot,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Lady of Stone by Barbara Ann Wright

Title: Lady of Stone Author: Barbara Ann Wright Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Publication Date:  Sept. 15 2020 Genres: Epic Fantasy Shelves: Female-author, female-fronted A prequel to her Pyradisté Adventures, Lady of Stone is a perfect introduction to Barbara Ann Wright's world of fantasy and magic. Even though it's been ages since I read The Pyramid Waltz, and I've yet... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Brother’s Price by Wen Spencer

Title: A Brother's Price Author: Wen Spencer Publisher: Roc Publication Date: July 5th 2005 Genres: Science Fiction, Romance Shelves: Female-authored, Female-dominant Have you ever had a book sitting on your shelf that sounded so good, so perfect, that you were reluctant to read it? A book you were afraid to read because you didn't see how it could possibly live... Continue Reading →

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