Re: New Member
- The Hallowed Hunt. It's a complete stand-alone since it's set in the
same world but centuries before the other two books with different
characters. I actually prefer that one to the previous two fantasies.
Her new duology, The Sharing Knife: Beguilement and TSK: Legacy, are
one book split in two. They are romantic fantasy. Bujold's next two
books will be continuations to the Sharing Knife but after that she's
contracted to write a new Vorkosigan book.
I'm a big fan! :)
--- In Fantasy_Books@yahoogroups.com, "Richard Claypool"
> there's a book that is the 3rd in that series that ame out either
> or last year. I've not read it so can't comment. I should havementioned
> her in my last posting.known
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "William C. Garthright" <billg@...>
> To: <Fantasy_Books@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 10:59 AM
> Subject: Re: [Fantasy_Books] New Member
> >>> Recently though I haven't found much around to excite me, so I am
> >>> looking for some new authors to enjoy.
> > I would highly recommend Lois McMaster Bujold's *The Curse of Chalion*
> > (2001) and its sequel, *Paladin of Souls* (2003). It doesn't seem like
> > she's mentioned much here, but perhaps that's because she's better
> > for her science fiction (the Vorkosigan series of space opera). Butfavorites.
> > these books are really superb, and quite original, too. Oddly enough,
> > the sequel won the Hugo and Nebula Awards, but you really need to read
> > *The Curse of Chalion* first (and it's every bit as good, if not
> > better). She's written other good fantasy, but these two are my
> > I've been impressed with a younger author, too - Patricia Briggs -
> > especially her *Dragon Bones* (2002) and *Dragon Blood* (2003). These
> > aren't especially original, but they're very much character-based,
> > well-written, and very entertaining. She seems to be an author with a
> > lot of promise.
> > Bill
> > --
> > I've never been a millionaire but I just know I'd be darling at it. -
> > Dorothy Parker
- Hi everybody
My name is Malcolm and I have just joined this group. I am a published author of historical books, both fiction and non fiction, but have just put a historical fantasy book on Kindle. I wrote it some time ago but have not been concerned about publishing until my wife said I should try it on Kindle - and so there it is under my middle name of George Archibald.
Just thought I would give some background!