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Xiao Xiao and the Dragon Pearl by Joyce Chng has princesses, dragons, swords, assassins and is set in Manchuria during the Qing dynasty period.19th of April, 2019
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Saga Press is an all-inclusive fantasy and science fiction imprint publishing great books across the spectrum of genre, from fantasy to science fiction, commercial to literary, speculative fiction to slipstream, urban fantasy to supernatural suspense.
An imprint of Simon & Schuster, Saga launched in 2014 as a digital-first publisher, promising DRM-free e-books.
Initially only available through third-party retailers, Saga's books are now available direct from Simon & Schuster's web shop, but only for US customers.
No information is displayed about book formats, but ePub is assumed.
Books are not priced fairly compared to paper counterparts.
ArabLit (arablit), or Arabic Literature (in Translation), was founded by M Lynx Qualey in 2009, and has developed into a source of daily news and views on Arab and Arabic literature and translation.
It has been used in classrooms, publishing houses, translators' & readers' homes, and elsewhere around the world. In November 2018 ArabLit launched their journal, ArabLit Quarterly.
ArabLit Quarterly brings together short stories and poetry by exciting Arabic-language writers translated into English, as well as interviews, news and much more in each issue.
Digital issues are available in either ePub or PDF format.
Born in Singapore but a global citizen, Joyce Chng writes mainly science fiction and YA.
She likes steampunk and tales of transformation/transfiguration. Her fiction has appeared in Crossed Genres, The Apex Book of World SF II, We See A Different Frontier, Cranky Ladies of History, and Accessing The Future.
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The Sea Hates A Coward
I don't normally like the whole zombie genre.
But what Crowley has done with his undead POV, uprising, mutiny, sea monster, revolutionary, thoughtful treatise on life (then death and then more life) tale is absolutely stunning.
Took a bit of effort to get going, but it's definitely worth sticking with it. A great addition to the New Weird.
Nate Crowley's book put me off scampi for months!
Really enjoyed this novella, like early Gibson but with contemporary themes as source material. Drones, social media, self driving cars, AI, etc,....
Hopefully there's more to come.
Daughter of the Sun
Oh, wow, this is an enjoyable read. I literally couldn't put it down. It stole my whole day.
It has gripping plot. The characters are lovable. It has a good amount of humor. Also, a lot of rich world building.
The second I finished it I was bummed out because it was over. I wanted to read it again immediately.