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Hi! I'm Naomi Hughes, writer of quirky young adult sci-fi and fantasy. I live in the Midwest US, a region I love even though it tries to murder me with tornadoes every spring. When not writing, my hobbies include reading (of course), traveling, and geeking out over Marvel superheroes and certain time-traveling Doctors.

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Naomi Hughes Right now I'm working on edits for my upcoming book, Refraction. It's a YA sci-fi involving bromance, OCD rep, and creeptastic shadowy murder-monsters…moreRight now I'm working on edits for my upcoming book, Refraction. It's a YA sci-fi involving bromance, OCD rep, and creeptastic shadowy murder-monsters that spawn from mirrors. It'll come out Nov 5, 2019, and I can't wait to share it with you!(less)
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"Listen, I read this book in one go on my phone while my house fell around my ears because it was too good to stop. I read it again in hardback and threw it against the wall because it was too good to stop!! It was wholly original and unexpected, I th" Read more of this review »
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This book is one of the best things I've read all year. A complex look at hierarchical/class systems, love vs. duty, and the aftermath of a bloody revolution. Plus it includes possibly the best complicated slow-burn romance I've read since The Winner ...more
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“Are you badly hurt?"
"Hideously," said the king, without sounding injured at all. "I am disemboweled. My insides may in an instant become my outsides as I stand here before you.”
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“The king lifted a hand to her cheek and kissed her. It was not a kiss between strangers, not even a kiss between a bride and groom. It was a kiss between a man and his wife, and when it was over, the king closed his eyes and rested his forehead in the hollow of the queen's shoulder, like a man seeking respite, like a man reaching home at the end of the day.”
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“I am not sure I trust you."
"You can trust me with your life, My King."
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“Relius looked away. "He said that you...cried," he said softly.
"But not that he cried as well," said the queen, amused at the memory. "We were very lachrymose... would you like to hear more romance of the evening? He told me the Guard should be reduced by half, and I threw an ink jar at his head."
"Is that when he cried?"
"He ducked," said Attolia dryly.
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"Lo, the transforming power of love.”
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“Oh, that," said the king with a shrug. "That isn't your honor, Costis. That's the public perception of your honor. It has nothing to do with anything important, except perhaps for manipulating fools who mistake honor for its bright, shiny trappings. You can always change the perceptions of fools.”
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