Posts Tagged: heather rose jones

Floodtide

Heather Rose Jones, Floodtide Another wonderful Alpennia novel, set alongside Mother of Souls which I mysteriously neglected to review. I read a beta of it and the final version felt much better; I didn’t read the versions side by side but now it’s without a couple of scenes that made me cringe and go “eww,

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So many books

There’s much to be said about November, most of it not complimentary, but I did read a lot of mostly wonderful new books. (links forthcoming for Catfishing on Catnet and The Time Roads as I write those posts) One I’d been looking forward to since Heather Rose Jones first talked about it: Floodtide. One I’d

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Winding down from Worldcon

On Monday afternoon, Heather came to Deventer! Fun was had, touristing was done, yummy food was eaten. The perfect way to wind down from Worldcon gracefully. And because I’m too lazy to write that up as well, you can read Heather’s adventures here. Here’s a double-author selfie we took when she was going away:

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What I did at Worldcon: Wednesday

I’m listing things I attended and hanging everything from that, not trying to be in any way coherent. I could technically have gone to a lot more events — I had the time slots — but waiting in line put me off, and sometimes I was in a conversation that I didn’t want to end

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The Mystic Marriage

Heather Rose Jones, The Mystic Marriage When I read Daughter of Mystery last year, I first devoured it in big gulps to come back and read it with more attention the second time. This time I had the privilege of beta-reading the book so I’d spent all the initial squee already. That didn’t make it

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2014 reading roundup

Preliminary disclaimer: I dislike end-of-year overviews. At least I dislike the circumstance that from, well, the end of November until the beginning of January everything is end-of-year overviews. When we still had a subscription to a newspaper (er, last year) I avoided the last issue of the year because it was nothing else than that.

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Daughter of Mystery

Heather Rose Jones, Daughter of Mystery [Edit: I said this wasn’t a review, and I still don’t think it is — I wrote it as only thoughts and squee — but several people including the author seem to disagree. Ah, well, let it be a review then.] Conversation in the swimming pool, the morning that

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