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MeiLin Miranda
MeiLin Miranda writes fantasy and science fiction from a 130-year-old house in Portland, Oregon. She has loved all things 19th century (except for the pesky parts like cholera, child labor, slavery and no rights for women) since childhood, when she devoured stacks of books by Louisa May Alcott... show more

MeiLin Miranda writes fantasy and science fiction from a 130-year-old house in Portland, Oregon. She has loved all things 19th century (except for the pesky parts like cholera, child labor, slavery and no rights for women) since childhood, when she devoured stacks of books by Louisa May Alcott and Frances Hodgson Burnett. More current influences include Neil Gaiman, Patrick O'Brian, Anthony Trollope and P.G. Wodehouse.MeiLin's near-death-experience in 2006 prompted her to switch her 30-year writing career from nonfiction to fiction. Her critical illness, and the resulting financial near-ruin, were the basis for her tweet/prompt to Neil Gaiman that resulted in a story he wrote for the Calendar of Tales project in 2013.She lives with her husband, two daughters, two cats, one floppy dog and far, far too much yarn.For more information, including free ebooks, new release notices and more, go to: http://www.meilinmiranda.com/
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Misericordia
Misericordia rated it 7 years ago
Inredible read.I especially likedDecode (Autumn Kalquist)Little Blue (Chris Reher)No More Lies (Nina Croft)Word-Bound (MeiLin Miranda)STORY SYNOPSES  #DontTell (Peter Cawdron)For centuries, people have wondered what it would be like to read someone’s mind. Little do they know, they already have. To ...
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 9 years ago
This goes out to SPAs, or at least most of them. The ones who don't use editors, the ones who harass their readers. If you do use an editor, and don't bitch at, or about your readers, you can choose to read this introduction or skim through to the part where I talk about the book and not the aut...
Goat Heads and Sand Burrs, P. Kirby's Reading Blog
Well, so I’m relatively sure that Chick Fil A won’t be opening a restaurant in Eisenstadt.Eisenstadt’s birds, including the poultry, talk. Consequently, feathered things are off the menu.Professor Oladel Adewole is in a kind of exile in the city of Eisenstadt. At the story’s beginning, he is getting...
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Nocturnal Book Reviews rated it 10 years ago
4.5/5 I remember how much I loved the first book in this series, Lovers & Beloveds. With its sexual heat and vast world-building it strongly reminded me of Jacqueline Carey. However, Son in Sorrow is a much darker book, more in tune with realistic fantasy by George Martin.I've talked about the proj...
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vnorthw rated it 11 years ago
I read Dalston Junction in the anthology Other Sides: 12 Webfiction Tales. I have to admit I was quite appalled at what I suspected was going on when I first started reading this story, but I absolutely loved the ending. It was definitely not what I was expecting.I'm glad I picked up Other Sides: ...
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