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Sunvault, Phoebe Wagner, Bronte Christopher Weiland, solarpunk, Upper Rubber Boot Books, Earl Grey Editing, tea and books, books and tea

Sunvault edited by Phoebe Wagner and Bronte Christopher Wieland

Published: August 2017 by Upper Rubber Boot Books Format reviewed: E-book (mobi) Genres: Science fiction Source: NetGalley Available: Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble ~ Book Depository ~ Booktopia ~Kobo Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation is the first […]

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Behind the Mask, superhero anthology, Tricia Reeks, Kyle Richardson, Earl Grey Editing, books and tea, tea and books

Behind the Mask by Tricia Reeks and Kyle Richardson

Published: May 2017 by Meercat Press Format reviewed: E-book (mobi) Genres: Science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction Source: Publisher Available:Abbey’s ~ Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble ~ Book Depository ~ Booktopia ~ Dymocks ~ Kobo Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Behind the Mask is […]

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Nerve Ending, Tobi Hill-Meyer, transgender erotica, Anne Rowlands, Earl Grey Editing, books and tea, tea and books

Anne Rowlands reviews Nerve Endings edited by Tobi Hill-Meyer

Published: February 2017 by Instar Books Format reviewed: E-book (mobi) Genres: LGBTQIA, erotica. Stories are a mix of contemporary and speculative fiction. Source: Publisher Available: Publisher (print and electronic) ~ Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A trans woman […]

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Rivqa Rafael

Difficult differences: diversity of racial identity in an intersectional anthology

For today’s post, I’ve invited Rivqa Rafael to discuss her forthcoming anthology Problem Daughters. Problem Daughters will amplify the voices of women who are sometimes excluded from mainstream feminism. It will be an anthology of beautiful, thoughtful, unconventional speculative fiction and poetry around the theme of intersectional feminism, with a specific focus on the lives and […]

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Earl Grey Editing, Defying Doomsday, Holly Kench, Tsana Dolichva, books and tea

Defying Doomsday edited by Tsana Dolichva and Holly Kench

Published: May 2016 by Twelfth Planet Press Format reviewed: E-book (mobi) Genres: Science fiction Source: Editor Reading Challenges: Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 Available: Publisher (print and electronic) ~ Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble ~ Book Depository Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A few of the contributors […]

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My Favourite Reads of 2015

There won’t be a Loose-leaf Links post for December. This month’s schedule is a bit shorter than usual because Earl Grey Editing will be closed from 24 December until 4 January. That makes this my last post of the year. So along with the sight of this tasty Christmas tea blend from The Tea Centre, […]

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Mt TBR report: May 2015

I think this month might be the first month this year I’ve broken even by reading as many books as I acquired. Now, if I can just improve on that a little… Mt TBR status Mt TBR @ 1 January 2015: 202 Mt TBR @ 30 April 2015: 220 Mt TBR @ 31 May 2015: 220 […]

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Review: Kaleidoscope edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Julia Rios

Published:August 2014byTwelfth Planet Press Format reviewed: Paperback, 450 pages Genres:Speculative fiction, fantasy, science fiction, magical realism Source:Bought directly from the publisher Reading Challenges: Australian Women Writers Challenge 2015 Available:Twelfth Planet Press (print and electronic)~ Amazon ~ Book Depository ~ Booktopia ~ Kobo ~ Smashwords What do a disabled superhero, a time-traveling Chinese-American figure skater, and […]

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Mt TBR report: March 2015

March has me well on the way to a record year in terms of the number of books I’ve read. I think I can safely say that this blog has had a definite impact on my reading patterns. However, as with last month, I’m still acquiring books faster than I’m reading them. The pile in […]

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Cranky Ladies of History book launch

Sunday 8th March was International Women’s Day. I celebrated by attending a book launch. Cranky Ladies of History is the latest anthology from Fablecroft Publishing and is edited by Tansy Rayner Roberts and Tehani Wessely. The book contains 22 pieces of fiction, each inspired by a different historical cranky lady. Warriors, pirates, murderers and queens… Throughout history, women […]

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