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What I won from Medusa’s Library

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No such thing as too many books

I took a wonderful writing workshop online from Mary Robinette Kowal a while back. I know I’ve mentioned it before, but I haven’t said much about my fellow workshoppers. One of them publishes a blog I really enjoy, called Medusa’s Library. I’ve learned a lot about many books I’d like to read, including the ones about Phryne Fisher. I read this post and went, “How have I never heard of these books? Library trip!”

I’ve also been reminded about authors I’ve enjoyed in the past, like Naomi Novik. I only read the first few books in her Temeraire series, so I have the opportunity to catch up by reading Tongues of Serpents and Crucible of Gold.

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The first Temeraire novel

Anyway, on the sixth day of (retail) Christmas (not to be confused with the religious 12 days of Christmas), I won a book! It’s by the fabulous writer, Seanan McGuire.

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The book I won

I think there are a few giveaways still going on, so check out Medusa’s Library and see if you can get lucky, *she said, bossily*. Even if you don’t, or you read this after the giveaways are finished, the blog itself is an treasure trove of book-related knowledge.

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