Jamie-Love (and Other Links)

I said previously I loved Sarah Rees Brennan‘s tumblr – well, this post* made me crack up.  She has a crazy sense of humour.  I cannot wait for her new releases this year.

*Unfortunately, it only works if you’ve read her Demon books.  Which if you haven’t, you really should.  Because I adore them.


I posted previously about enjoying the free Lightspeed & Fantasy Magazine short stories online – they’re also offering (paid) subscriptions that will allow you to get a monthly issue on your ereader, with a exclusive subscribers-only novella.  Here’s a free sampler as a taster.  I haven’t gotten around to reading this yet, but I’m tempted.


Lois McMaster Bujold‘s released PROTO ZOA, an e-collection of her early short stories – I don’t think I’ve read any of them previously, so yay!   And I came across this Catherine Asaro novella on Amazon UK – it’s called THE CITY OF CRIES and is part of her Skolian Empire series apparently.  I can’t find much information on it, apart from that it’s also available in this hardback AURORA IN FOUR VOICES, which I kind of want, but it’s $30 for the book AND $30 shipping to the UK?? Sigh.


8 thoughts on “Jamie-Love (and Other Links)

  1. I suggest contacting the publisher of the Asaro anthology (IsFIC Press I think). I did that and they shipped the book to me in New Zealand for US$16 instead. Stephen, the guy I dealt with, was exceedingly helpful.

      • I think it would be. I admit to being a major Asaro fan and so I try to get everything of hers. I already have the stories where they were originally published, but wanted to get the collection as well. There are good stories in it that I think are well worth reading. So yes.

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