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Brenda Cooper
Brenda Cooper has published fiction in Analog, Asimov's, Strange Horizons, Nature, and in multiple anthologies. She is the author of the Endeavor award winner for 2008: THE SILVER SHIP AND THE SEA, and of the sequels, READING THE WIND and WINGS of CREATION. Brenda co-authored Building... show more

Brenda Cooper has published fiction in Analog, Asimov's, Strange Horizons, Nature, and in multiple anthologies. She is the author of the Endeavor award winner for 2008: THE SILVER SHIP AND THE SEA, and of the sequels, READING THE WIND and WINGS of CREATION. Brenda co-authored Building Harlequin's Moon with Larry Niven. She also writes nonfiction and poetry from time to time.Her most recent novel is EDGE OF DARK from Pyr, and the two before that are THE CREATIVE FIRE and THE DIAMOND DEEP, also from Pyr Books.Brenda lives in Bellevue, Washington, with her partner Toni, Toni's daughter Katie, two border collies, and a golden retriever. By day, she is the City of Kirkland's CIO, and at night and in early morning hours, she's a futurist and writer.
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Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 4 years ago
10/12 - Intending to skim-read this because, while I thought The Creative Fire was a disappointment, I need to see how the duology ends. Will try to limit posts regarding grammar or editing issues. I'm expecting them to be there, just like they were in the first book, but will try my best to ignore ...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 4 years ago
19/11 - I'm mostly enjoying this, but there are some irritations. Sometimes the writing is choppy, staccato. Cooper writes a few too many one or two word sentences, which pretty much go against the normal rules of sentence structure and grammar - a sentence is made up of a couple of specific things,...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 4 years ago
3/8 - I've only read 40 pages, but I'm really enjoying this so far. I was a little scared and disturbed by the low average rating on GR and was worried I was going to be disappointed, but all of 40 pages in this is great. None of what is described in the summary has happened yet, the 'worst nightmar...
The Surly Dragon
The Surly Dragon rated it 6 years ago
This is another sample review. Anthologies are difficult to review because there are many different authors and quality of writing in them. A good editor, would of course, ensure that only quality stories made it into the anthology though. This was not the case. The sample provided one ful...
October Tune
October Tune rated it 6 years ago
Read this review, and many more on my blog October Tune!I won this book in a giveaway at Wensend, and I had been excited for this book for a while! I love Halloween, and I really like scary stories, so this book was perfect for me. It took me a while to actually finish the book, because I didn’t wan...
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