A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske

An incomplete list of things that I love: historical fantasy romance; sunshine/stormcloud pairings; competent ladies (even as side characters); land magic; sentient (or semi-sentient) manor houses; stolen kisses in a private library. I’m pretty sure A Marvellous Light was written just for me. An administrative error sees Sir Robert Blyth (Robin to his friends) become […]

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Foxhunt by Rem Wigmore

2021 is apparently my year for New Zealand authors. Queen of Swords Press has happily enabled me by releasing Foxhunt by Rem Wigmore this month. This solarpunk novel shows a world in which humanity managed to halt its headlong rush into ecological oblivion. A greener, more sustainable path is enforced in part by the Order […]

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Mt TBR Report: July 2021

The more I read, the more I want to read. Which is to say that Mt TBR keeps slowly creeping upward. It was an interesting mix of stuff this month. There’s fanfic alongside some heavier philosophy and memoir. A couple of Lodestar nominees. And I seem to be on a bit of an audio binge. […]

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