K. Bird Lincoln

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K. Bird Lincoln is an ESL professional, breast cancer survivor, and writer living on the windswept Minnesota Prairie with family and a huge addiction to frou-frou coffee. Also dark chocolate-- without which, the world is a howling void. Originally from Cleveland, she has spent more years living on the edges of the Pacific Ocean than in the Midwest. Her speculative short stories are published in various online & paper publications such as Strange Horizons. Her medieval Japanese fantasy series, Tiger Lily, is available from Amazon. World Weaver Press released Dream Eater, the first novel in an exciting, multi-cultural Urban Fantasy trilogy set in Portland and Japan, in 2017 and is now complete with the epic conclusion, Last Dream of Her Morta ...more

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K. Bird Lincoln Working on Black Pearl Dreaming...the follow-up book to Dream Eater, wherein Koi and the boys head to Japan to see another dragon-- buried in Jesus's …moreWorking on Black Pearl Dreaming...the follow-up book to Dream Eater, wherein Koi and the boys head to Japan to see another dragon-- buried in Jesus's Tomb in Shingo-machi, Aomori Japan. Yeah, that's a real thing. Google it. You just can't make this crazy stuff up. :)(less)
K. Bird Lincoln I am usually inspired by where I live...but the newest one is also a result of a photo article about abandoned malls in the U.S.
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Book Review: (non fiction) 5 stars, Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life by Helen Czerski

Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life

by Helen Czerski

I wish Helen Czerski had been my high school physics teacher (or that my high school physics teacher had read this book). I’m more of a literature type person, but this book explain simple everyday things like magnets and popped popcorn and bubbles in your beer with just the right amount of dry humor (she is a Brit) and techno speak to

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4.5 stars actually.

I read the first two books as they came out, but kind of lost steam at the end of the second book and so put off reading this last book in the trilogy until the TV series gave me renewed interest.

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Not quite my cup of tea. Very little plot (which is usually okay) but the story was composed of really, really over-the-top emotions on both sides of this May-December romance. The intial kiss seemed completely, wildly out of character and I could ha ...more
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Not quite my cup of tea. Very little plot (which is usually okay) but the story was composed of really, really over-the-top emotions on both sides of this May-December romance. The intial kiss seemed completely, wildly out of character and I could ha ...more
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