Sweetness in the Belly, by Camilla Gibb

Camilla Gibb’s talent as an insightful and highly credible story teller is once again demonstrated in this, her third novel. Having spent two years in Ethiopia doing field research towards her PhD in social anthropology, she has a privileged connection with its religious, political and social practices. Sweetness in the Belly provides us with a... Continue Reading →

Masques and Wolfsbane by Patricia Briggs

Masques is Patricia Briggs' first novel .  It's been out of print for years but was finally reprinted last fall.  A few months later, Wolfsbane, the sequel to Masques, was printed for the first time ever!  Both books tell the story of Aralorn, a half-blooded shapeshifter, and her mysterious companion Wolf. In Masques, Aralorn is... Continue Reading →


Gwenhwyfar is Mercedes Lackey’s take on the tale of King Arthur.  The book grew out of her research into the Welsh legends where she encountered a curious passage that lists Arthur’s three queens (all named Gwenhwyfar), and another mention of the “false” or “lesser” Guinevere, whom Arthur loved most. Gwenhwyfar is the story of Arthur's... Continue Reading →

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