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Fantasy books to enjoy

The Mountains of Sorrow The Mountains of Sorrow turns one today! If you love reading about: Earth magic versus star magic Powerful people destroying the land Strong women Noble men Cute squirrels Elemental dragons Then this is the book for you! Get The Mountains of Sorrow now If you like fantasy stories this is a… Continue reading Fantasy books to enjoy

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New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

In 1945, a lone astronaut survives a devastating calamity while journeying to the moon. 184 years later, in an alternate dimension that never suffered the Martian invasion of 1906, Martian colonists discover bizarre human remains, and remnants of a book with a dire warning: the Martians are coming. I’m a huge fan of the first… Continue reading New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

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Blood Grains Speak Through Memory by Jason Sanford

After reading Plague Birds by Jason Sanford this time last year, I bought all his novellas and story collections available on Amazon. However, this weekend when I decided to read the Nebula finalist novella, Blood Grains Speak Through Memories, I had no idea that it was the first quarter of a mosaic novel whose final… Continue reading Blood Grains Speak Through Memory by Jason Sanford

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Moon Sitting by EM Harding

After a celestial body crashes into Infinity, killing billions, the survivors set up a constant watch of three observers to act as an early warning system in case the mysterious object should further damage the planet. Plagued by nightmares of the object, one of the moon-sitters, Lucky, is driven to find out more about the… Continue reading Moon Sitting by EM Harding

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Tesato’s Code by Karen Bayly

In a future world run by corporations, an assassin realizes her fellow assassins are being picked off one by one, and she will have to keep her wits about her in order to survive. This novella reminded me of Brave New World, where humanity is sorted into grades of worthiness and the masses are controlled… Continue reading Tesato’s Code by Karen Bayly