A new review of Cranky Ladies of History from Matthew Davis at Goodreads: This book covers a wide variety of periods, genres and voices, but one thing that remains consistent is the level of quality … This was my first Fablecroft book, but on the strength of this collection, it sure won’t be the last.
Thanks Matthew, that warms the cockles of this editor’s heart!
Cute little review of Dirk Flinthart’s Striking Fire by Rivqa, also at Goodreads: A fine collection with some unexpected (for me) gems…
Catching up on several Goodreads reviews of Tansy Rayner Roberts’s Pratchett’s Women essay collection that I somehow managed to miss!
- Mike said: “I’d recommend it to anyone who’s interested in non-ranty feminist perspectives and fantasy fiction…“
- Amanda said: “…Tansy’s honest, soul-searching, and massively enthusiastic take on how female characters are portrayed in the Discworld universe is an excellent read.”
- Octavia Cade said: “…this works as an entertaining introduction … It’s got that nice chatty blog vibe to it.”
- Cindy said: “…[it] made me want to reread a whole bunch of the Pratchett books again!”
Thanks so much for taking the time to review our books!