Posts Tagged: e.m. epps

Reading notes, week 50

Currently reading: Complete with Shipwreck by E.M. Epps. Three or perhaps four pages of cast-of-characters in small type, which would be easier on paper for purposes of looking up, so I don’t look them up as often as would be wise with such a huge cast of characters. It’s slow going, long and intricate and

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Reading notes, week 43

October 30: Paladin’s Strength by T. Kingfisher. Oh wow. Oh my. It’s a good thing it’s got an abstract cover because any figurative cover would be a spoiler. (Well, a gnole driving a mule-drawn wagon, perhaps.) It’s even more on the edge of horror than most of T. Kingfisher’s books, and I’m glad some people

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Reading notes, week 42

Octoner 19: The Deniability of Danishes by E.M. Epps. How Lucien Benedict’s parents met. Wonderful! October 18: Terrible Hours, High Stress, Bad Jokes by E.M. Epps. How the king of Atlantide gets his research secretary. Oh wow, I like Koszkiewicz. It’s Patreon-only. Cold Sandwiches and All by E.M. Epps. This is the kind of romance

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Book backlog, part 1: E.M. Epps

I acquired quite a lot of books lately and promised all of the writers to write at least a little bit about it (and will probably edit all the little bits later to post to Goodreads as reviews; I don’t do Amazon). I don’t have the energy right now to give every book its own

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