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Alison Umminger
“The devil you know" may be the saying, but crazy is always a million times more interesting when you're just getting introduced, shaking hands, and deciding whether or not you're going to give your real email address.”
Alison Umminger

Lavie Tidhar
“This place might have been paradise, a treasure trove far greater than any to be found in a pirate yarn.

Everywhere he looked there were books.

They rose into the air in majestic columns, stacks and stacks of them forming a maze that seemed to stretch to forever; the stacks rose high into the air and disappeared towards the unseen ceiling. The air had the overwhelming smell of old books, of polished leather, and yellowing leaves, like the smell of a bookshop or a public library magnified a thousand-fold.”
Lavie Tidhar, The Bookman

Simon Toyne
“He continued to camouflage the horse using methods the native tribes had employed for millennia, then”
Simon Toyne, The Searcher

Daniel  O'Brien
“Despite a legacy consisting of enough violence and death for twenty men, Jackson admitted to having two regrets on his deathbed: “I didn’t shoot Henry Clay and I didn’t murder John C. Calhoun.” In a life rich with murdering people for little-to-no reason, Jackson’s only regret was that he didn’t kill quite enough people. People like Calhoun, who, it should be noted, was Jackson’s vice president. No one is safe from Jackson’s wrath.”
Daniel O'Brien, How to Fight Presidents: Defending Yourself Against the Badasses Who Ran This Country

Sebastien de Castell
“Gods, man, don't you start now,' I said softly. 'We're going to get a terrible reputation if we just keep travelling across the countryside crying all the time.”
Sebastien de Castell, Traitor's Blade

65868 THRONE OF THE CRESCENT MOON Q&A / Discussion Group — 64 members — last activity May 06, 2020 03:46AM
I'll be using this group to answer readers' questions and encourage discussion about my debut fantasy novel, THRONE OF THE CRESCENT MOON. So please, a ...more
160183 Cityread London 2015: Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London — 35 members — last activity Jan 09, 2016 07:52PM
Cityread London is an annual celebration of literature that aims to bring reading to life for the whole capital. Each April, Cityread asks London’s ci ...more
30092 Presidential Biographies — 294 members — last activity Mar 15, 2020 05:54PM
For those who enjoy reading biographies about the lives, times and terms of office of The Presidents of United States. A place to share good books and ...more
636120 The Cool Kids' Fantasy Club — 1456 members — last activity 38 minutes ago
A group to chat about SFF books. Authors and readers welcome. I might post about my books and the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off too. I plan on maki ...more
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