Wow, thanks. I didn't realize she wrote in so many different styles.
Would you recommend her comic fantasies (are they humorous like
Pratchett, D. Adams, or maybe like Connie Willis)?
Thanks for the recs.
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> >Anyone read anything by Huff that they might recommend? I've heard
> some interesting things about her books (especially the vampire ones)
> >but don't really know where to start.
> I've read nearly everything she's written. She writes in a number
of different styles:
> Comic fantasy--Summon the Keeper, The Second Summoning, The LOng Hot
Summoning. Paid retail for these.
> Epic fantasy--Sing the Four Quarters (haven't read the rest, but
this one's good.)
> Paranormal--the Blood series of vampire/detective novels. Good but
> SF--The Confederacy series, military SF from the grunt's
perspective, very well done.
> I first discovered her work at a library book sale, corresponded
with her a bit, she even blurbed my book. BTW, Wyrd Wravings is now
out, with my own short story in it. I hope some of you will check it out.
> Marc Vun Kannon
> The Flame in the Bowl 1: Unbinding the Stone, released August 2002
by Echelon Press, now available in trade paperback!
> 'Chasing His Own Tale', in Wyrd Wravings, forthcoming from Echelon
> And for those of you who prefer yours in a kilt:
> Wise, witty, and wonderful stories live and breathe (heavily) at