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Martha Wells

The Invisible Woman


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Friday Blues

I think it's going to be one of those Fridays.

I finally remembered the other thing I was going to post but forgot to:

I added the Raksura from The Siren Depths to the List of Known Raksura in the Three Worlds Compendium

Does anyone have any suggestions for more extras I could add to the Compendium?

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Links:

* Young Adult Library Services Association: The 2013 Best Fiction for Young Adults List is out.

* The Other Half of the Sky Anthology has its own website now.

I love that chart.

This reminds me, I still need to write up a review for The Siren Depths.

Thanks! I love the chart, too. The person who suggested it was brilliant.

The only things I can think of at the moment are details about the different groundling races and some of the different locations in the Three Worlds.

EDIT: And I just remembered that there's already a page for the groundling races, silly me.

Edited at 2013-02-01 03:56 pm (UTC)

That chart is AWESOME.

I would like to learn more about the trading networks. How do the Arbora get materials, especially gems and metals, for their crafts?

Other people have asked about that, so I'm going to write a little story for the web site that covers it.

I put in the request that my library buy the second two Raksura books.

"Oh! If we have the first one," Nice Reference Desk Librarian Lady said, pretty cheerfully, "we like to complete series."

"Cool!" I like when they complete series too.

"But we'll go ahead and get you those books from out of state libraries, just because they'll get to you faster."

So I get to read your books VERY SOON, and I am extremely happy about that. And in the meantime, I did what I've never done before, and am now able to do it again at need. :) Thanks for the suggestion.

Cool, thank you for requesting them! The publisher didn't bother to send review copies anywhere, so libraries that order based on PW and Library Journal don't know they're out there.

It is handy to be able to request things at the library. I didn't know you could do it until ours started to leave the request cards out on the desk.