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Sunny Moraine
Sunny Moraine is a humanoid creature of average height, luminosity and inertial mass. They're also a doctoral student in sociology and a writer-like object who focuses primarily on various flavors of speculative fiction, usually with a decidedly queer bent. They spend most of their days using... show more

Sunny Moraine is a humanoid creature of average height, luminosity and inertial mass. They're also a doctoral student in sociology and a writer-like object who focuses primarily on various flavors of speculative fiction, usually with a decidedly queer bent. They spend most of their days using writing to distract from academics, except for the occasions when the two collide. They live just outside Washington DC with a husband and two cats, which is a poor replacement for their home dimension, which is positively full of cats and also chocolate and very bad TV.
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Mandy, I read obsessively
Mandy, I read obsessively rated it 6 years ago
This is my choice for the Zodiac Challenge (Pisces) since it's set in another world.3.75*This story came highly recommended and almost all of my friends love it. I can see why, although I didn't love it quite as much. It has very creative world building, an interesting mix of old history and folklor...
Nova
Nova rated it 6 years ago
4.75 stars.Great characters + fascinating story = happy reader :)
AimeeKim
AimeeKim rated it 6 years ago
I loved this. It took over my life. I was completely engrossed in this gorgeous new world, the writing, the characters, all of them. Lochlan, Adam, Kae. I absolutely hated reaching the end and having to say goodbye. I'm going to dream about this tonight. Really recommend trying this if you're in the...
Casual Debris
Casual Debris rated it 6 years ago
For my full-length review, including review of individual stories, please visit Casual Debris.With Shimmer's latest, expect the usual shimmery fiction: fantasies with quiet, strong prose, a positive and often sentimental approach to a varied set of ideas. While Shimmer is consistent with its style a...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 7 years ago
Lesbian speculative fiction, most of it very good. My favorites:"To Follow the Waves" by Amal El-Mohtar. Hessa is a dream-crafter, but when someone commissions her to create a dream of the sea, she is at a loss. She doesn't like the sea, or salt water, or beaches. Her art at a stand-still, Hessa g...
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