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url 2018-01-26 20:29
Fighting Erasure: Women SF Writers of the 1970s, A Through F
Thieves' World - Robert Lynn Asprin,Lynn Abbey,John Brunner,Poul Anderson,Andrew J. Offutt,Joe Haldeman,Marion Zimmer Bradley,Christine DeWees
A Woman of the Iron People - Eleanor Arnason
Kindred - Octavia E. Butler
Red Moon and Black Mountain - Joy Chant
The Vampire Tapestry - Suzy McKee Charnas
Gate of Ivrel - C.J. Cherryh
Moongather - Jo Clayton
The Door Into Fire - Diane Duane
Born to Exile - Phyllis Eisenstein
Light Raid - Connie Willis,Cynthia Felice

In the 70's, I mostly got to read school library books, my aunt's endless Harlequin subscriptions and yard sale finds.  So, several of these are authors I haven't read:

 

I have all the Diadem novels by Jo Clayton (most are so yellowed and brittle -- some I had to get used in pre-Amazon and pre-eBay online searches so came that way and some were mine).  I've been putting off finishing because hard for my old lady eyes to read.

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url 2018-01-25 21:59
Fighting Erasure: Women SF Writers of the 1970s, A Through F
Thieves' World - Robert Lynn Asprin,Lynn Abbey,John Brunner,Poul Anderson,Andrew J. Offutt,Joe Haldeman,Marion Zimmer Bradley,Christine DeWees
A Woman of the Iron People - Eleanor Arnason
Kindred - Octavia E. Butler
Red Moon and Black Mountain - Joy Chant
The Vampire Tapestry - Suzy McKee Charnas
Gate of Ivrel - C.J. Cherryh
Moongather - Jo Clayton
The Door Into Fire - Diane Duane
Born to Exile - Phyllis Eisenstein
Light Raid - Connie Willis,Cynthia Felice

The link goes to TOR.com article from their recent email newsletter with more details on books/authors.  In the 70's, I mostly got to read school library books, my aunt's endless Harlequin subscriptions and yard sale finds.  So, several of these are authors I haven't read:

 

 

I have all the Diadem novels by Jo Clayton (most are so yellowed and brittle -- some I had to get used in pre-Amazon and pre-eBay online searches so came that way and some were mine).  I've been putting off finishing because hard for my old lady eyes to read.

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review 2017-12-04 14:03
Last Call
Last Call - Felice Stevens,Christina Lee

Sweet story with very likable guys. The MMM also developed quite nicely but something just felt off off. This really had very little grit or angst at all and the timing of their day and actions in some scenes seemed out of whack. Not sure when these guys slept, honestly. And while the sex was good I occasionally had this look as I wondered how there was room left to do the described sexual act given the position of the other two. 

 

 

Worth the read if you're looking for a no-angst MMM with 3 sweet guys.

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review 2017-12-03 17:02
RELEASE DAY BLITZ & REVIEW - Last Call by Christina Lee & Felice Stevens
Last Call - Felice Stevens,Christina Lee
Last Call is the seamless partnership of Felice Stevens and Christina Lee. Now, as you may be aware, I'm a long-term fan of Felice Stevens, but Christina Lee is a new one to me. After reading this, you can guarantee that I will definitely be reading more of her work.
 
We start off the story with Gray and Quinn, two best friends that have very different outlooks on life, due to their own personal demons and history. However, they have been friends for years, and their relationship is strong. Both of them want for more, but neither of them are prepared to make the first move in case they lose what they have. And then enters Emery. He is a hard-worker, jack of all trades, cast adrift when the circus where he had lived for a big part of his life, closed down.
 
The going is tough with these three to begin with. They are all prickly, with only Quinn wanting everyone to get along, but even he has his moments of doubt. Through circumstances, they give each other a chance, and things heat up exponentially!!!
 
This story is sheer perfection. It is smoothly written with me having no idea who had written what bit! The characters are outstanding and fully believable. These three guys complete each other, making for a single unit, rather than three separate people. If you like M/M, or Ménage, then I can highly and definitely recommend this. Simply superb.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2017/12/release-day-blitz-review-last-call-by.html
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review 2017-11-09 00:00
The Way to his Heart
The Way to his Heart - Felice Stevens The Way to his Heart - Felice Stevens This easily predictable text is not a story!
There is no real conflict. I found it rather boring.
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