Review: Ten Low (Book #1 of The Factus Series) by Stark Holborn
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by Frasier Armitage
1d ago
Rating: 9/10 Synopsis Ten Low is eking out a living at the universe’s edge. An ex-medic, ex-con, desperate to escape her memories of the war, she still hasn’t learnt that no good deed goes unpunished. Attempting to atone for her sins, she pulls a teenage girl from a crashed lifecraft. But Gabriella Ortiz is no ordinary girl — she is a genetically-enhanced super soldier and decorated General, part of the army that kept Ten prisoner. Worse, Ten realises the crash was an assassination attempt, and that someone wants Ortiz dead… To get the General off-world, they must cross the moon’s ..read more
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SFF Addicts Ep. 38: Discovery Writing with H.M. Long (Mini-Masterclass)
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by Adrian M. Gibson
2d ago
Anchor | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Podcast Addict | Stitcher | RadioPublic | Pocket Casts | Breaker | Podbay Episode 38 of SFF Addicts has arrived! Join co-hosts Adrian M. Gibson and M.J. Kuhn as they delve into a mini-masterclass with author H.M. Long, where she explores the process of discovery writing. During the episode, Hannah explains the concept of discovery writing, how it became her go-to writing approach, the benefits of discovery writing for workflow, plot and worldbuilding, spontaneity in storytelling, editing while drafting, potential challenges and more. NOTE ..read more
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Review: The Adventures of Amina al-Sirafi by S.A. Chakraborty
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by Bender
2d ago
Rating: 8.0/10 Synopsis Amina al-Sirafi should be content. After a storied and scandalous career as one of the Indian Ocean’s most notorious pirates, she’s survived backstabbing rogues, vengeful merchant princes, several husbands, and one actual demon to retire peacefully with her family to a life of piety, motherhood, and absolutely nothing that hints of the supernatural. But when she’s tracked down by the obscenely wealthy mother of a former crewman, she’s offered a job no bandit could refuse: retrieve her comrade’s kidnapped daughter for a kingly sum. The chance to have one last ..read more
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Review: Adelaide by Genevieve Wheeler
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by Cassidee Lanstra
3d ago
Rating: 10/10 SYNOPSIS: In love . . .  For twenty-six-year-old Adelaide Williams, an American living in dreamy London, meeting Rory Hughes was like a lightning bolt out of the blue: this charming Englishman was The One she wasn’t even looking for.  Is it enough?  Does he respond to texts? Honor his commitments? Make advance plans? Sometimes, rarely, and no, not at all. But when he shines his light on her, the world makes sense, and Adelaide is convinced that, in his heart, he’s fallen just as deeply as she has. Then, when Rory is rocked by an unexpected tragedy, Adel ..read more
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Book Review: Cold from the North (Onyxborn Chronicle’s #1) by D.W. Ross
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by Jennifer Sutton
4d ago
Rating: 6.5/10 Synopsis Driven by the promise of an ancient prophecy which will bring the dark ways of an old god back to power and prominence, an army of invaders swarms Ogulf Harlsbane’s homeland slaughtering all those who oppose them. Along with his people, Ogulf must seek refuge from this savage force. In his search of sanctuary, he is tasked with finding the one person who can put a stop to the onslaught. Doing so will send him across lands and seas, have him and his closest friend navigate the intricacies of a civil war, and try to win the help of the princess fighting for he ..read more
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So, You Own a Tiny Human. How About Some Book Recs?
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by David W
6d ago
I have a two-and-a-half year old daughter with another baby girl on the way (March 2023) and I am always scouring the local library for new reads. We decided to take part in the ‘1k books before Kindergarten’ reading program here locally and at this point in time, we are at just about the halfway point. I typically read about a book a day and that is normally just before bedtime, and there are cases where we plow through our entire library haul in a couple of days but it is pretty rare. Over the course of the past couple of years, I have been making additions to our home library with books I r ..read more
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Book Review: A Shade of Madness (The Ashes of Avarin, Book 2) by Thiago Abdalla
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by Neil Williams
1w ago
Rating: 10/10 Synopsis Avarin tumbles into madness through the shattered ruin of a centuries-old peace. As griffin riders clash against airships above and hordes of madmen below, Lynn finds herself surrounded by enemies. Ones that will test the limits of her faith. To defeat them, she must risk everything… including her sanity. Adrian has lost the Legion, but new magics on foreign shores might be the answer he needs to rebuild his army. His return to the Domain will bring vengeance, and the hope that he will finally prove himself to his father. Nasha’s curse has taken on a new, ter ..read more
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Review: A Shade of Madness (The Ashes of Avarin #2) by Thiago Abdalla
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by Ashley Brennan
1w ago
Rating: 9.2/10 Synopsis Avarin tumbles into madness through the shattered ruin of a centuries-old peace. As griffin riders clash against airships above and hordes of madmen below, Lynn finds herself surrounded by enemies. Ones that will test the limits of her faith. To defeat them, she must risk everything… including her sanity. Adrian has lost the Legion, but new magics on foreign shores might be the answer he needs to rebuild his army. His return to the Domain will bring vengeance, and the hope that he will finally prove himself to his father. Nasha’s curse has taken on a new, te ..read more
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SFF Addicts Ep. 37: H.M. Long talks Barrow of Winter, Dark Water Daughter, Writing as Therapy & More
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by Adrian M. Gibson
1w ago
Anchor | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Podcast Addict | Stitcher | RadioPublic | Pocket Casts | Breaker | Podbay Episode 37 of SFF Addicts has arrived! Join co-hosts Adrian M. Gibson and M.J. Kuhn as they chat with author H.M. Long about her origins in SFF and reading, why she started writing, the many books she wrote before getting published, the origins of Hall of Smoke, how she expanded that book into a series, her new books Barrow of Winter and Dark Water Daughter, plus pirates, salamanders and much more. NOTE: This is part one of a two-part interview with Hannah. Part two w ..read more
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The Price of Power by Michael Michel
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by readmyblurb
1w ago
Rating: 9/10 Synopsis Prince Barodane could not hold back the darkness. Not even in himself. He laid an innocent city in its grave and then died a hero. In his absence, war whispers across the land. Power-hungry highborn dispatch spies and assassins to the shadows as they maneuver for the throne, while an even greater threat rises in the South. Monsters and cultists flock to the banners of a mad prophet determined to control reality…and then shatter it. Destiny stalks three to the brink of oblivion. A dead prince that isn’t actually dead. Barodane buried his shameful past in a stup ..read more
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