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Sarah A. Hoyt
Sarah A. Hoyt was born (and raised) in Portugal and now lives in Colorado with her husband, two sons, and a variable number of cats, depending on how many show up to beg on the door step.In between lays the sort of resume that used to be de-rigueur for writers. She has never actually wrestled... show more

Sarah A. Hoyt was born (and raised) in Portugal and now lives in Colorado with her husband, two sons, and a variable number of cats, depending on how many show up to beg on the door step.In between lays the sort of resume that used to be de-rigueur for writers. She has never actually wrestled alligators, but she did at one point very briefly tie bows on bags of potpourri for a living. She has also washed dishes and ironed clothes for a living. Worst of all she was, for a long time, a multilingual scientific translator.At some point, though, she got tired of making an honest living and started writing. She has over 23 -- the number keeps changing -- published novels, in science fiction, fantasy, mystery, historical mystery, historical fantasy and historical biography. Her short stories have been published in Analog, Asimov's, Amazing Stories (under a previous management), Weird tales, and a number of anthologies from DAW and Baen. Her space-opera novel Darkship Thieves was the 2011 Prometheus Award Winner, and at this moment the third novel in the series, A Few Good Men, is a finalist for the honor.She also writes under the names Sarah D'Almeida, Elise Hyatt and Sarah Marques.To learn more about Sarah A. Hoyt and read samples of her work, visit http://sarahahoyt.com
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Gene
Gene rated it 2 years ago
Please note: this review will be updated as I read more stories from the anthology.So as I mentioned this is an anthology of short fantasy stories. The collection consists of the following:The Keeper of Names by Larry Correia.In an oppressive medieval society a rebellion is brewing among its lowest ...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 2 years ago
Between a three and a three and a half. In a lot of ways routine, not really original nor striking in its style or characterizations, but a fun, light, diverting read. I was never bored, and if romantic fantasy or urban fantasy is something you enjoy, I'd give this a try. At least instead of were wo...
The Little Munchkin Reader
The Little Munchkin Reader rated it 3 years ago
A collection of short stories all relating or related to Pride and Prejudice.
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 3 years ago
AudiobookI really enjoyed this book. I had tried to read it but a Goodreader stated that this really wasn't a sci-fi romance book and that was what I was in the mood for, so I stopped reading it. It was on sale at Audible so I gave it another try.Yes it is a sci-fi romance! The romance doesn't start...
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BOOKWRAITHS REVIEWS rated it 3 years ago
Shattered Shields edited by Jennifer Brozek is an anthology focused on military fantasy, specifically heroic struggles and epic combat. Here seventeen short stories and novellas explore the vast expanse of military fantasy in all its varied forms from adventures in hither unexplored worlds to new ta...
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