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Resa Nelson
Resa Nelson's first novel, The Dragonslayer's Sword, was a 2009 EPPIE Award Finalist for Best Fantasy Novel and was Recommended for the Nebula Award. Her research included taking courses in blacksmithing and historically accurate Medieval weapons techniques. She has been selling short fiction... show more

Resa Nelson's first novel, The Dragonslayer's Sword, was a 2009 EPPIE Award Finalist for Best Fantasy Novel and was Recommended for the Nebula Award. Her research included taking courses in blacksmithing and historically accurate Medieval weapons techniques. She has been selling short fiction professionally since 1988 and is a member of SFWA (Science Fiction Writers of America). Visit her website at www (dot) resanelson (dot) com to read her blog and learn more about her work.
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lfevansjr
lfevansjr rated it 2 years ago
I really loved this book... the characters are fleshed out wonderfully, Astrid is especially memorable. DiStephan was without a doubt my favorite character, from the first moment he appeared on the page he was so vibrant and full of life! I loved how the author worked the dragons into the plot a...
lfevansjr
lfevansjr rated it 2 years ago
These two short stories are the first pieces I have read written by this author, and if the full series is even half as good as this, then I am gonna devour it! Each of these stories was vibrant and full of life and detail, they both painted beautiful images in my head and left me wanting more! As...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
Once upon a time, when I was a little girl, in the dark days pre-Buffy, it was hard to find a female action hero. And yes, little girls need them, and teens, and even young women. So when the first Sword and Sorceress was published, I immediately grabbed it, and it was love at first sight of the cov...
myworldinwordsandpages
myworldinwordsandpages rated it 7 years ago
Astrid's been a dragonslayer only for a few months, but thanks to DiStephan's ghost she's learning and knows much of what to do. Astrid's making her rounds through the area as the lizards migrate south this time of year, and looking forward to a relaxing winter by her anvil pounding metal. Taddeo,...
Crazy Bibliophile and Book Pimp (Not So Anonymous)
I received a copy of this book for free from the author in exchange for an unbiased honest review.The are more points of view (narrators) as compared to Book 1, The Dragonslayer Sword, in addition to and much darker themes. I wouldn't recommend this one for as young an audience as I did with the fi...
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