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#1 LibraryReads Pick for May: UPROOTED By Naomi Novik


#1 LibraryReads Pick for May: UPROOTED By Naomi Novik

Uprooted by Naomi Novik is the #1 LibraryReads Pick for May!

Here is more about the book and what libraries mean to Naomi!

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SF & Fantasy

Interview: Marie Brennan On THE VOYAGE OF THE BASILISK


Love dragons? Then look no further than Marie Brennan’s Memoirs of Lady Trent series and its new volume, Voyage of the Basilisk!

And here is an interview with Marie where she talks about dragons, artist Todd Lockwood, her inspirations, and what she has in store for us in the future!

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SF & Fantasy

Event Video: Naomi Novik On New Novel, UPROOTED


On March 30, 2015, Naomi Novik stopped by the University Bookstore in Seattle, WA to discuss her forthcoming novel, Uprooted, as well as her progress on the last Temeraire novel, League of Dragons!

Take a listen!

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SF & Fantasy

Trailer 2: GAME OF THRONES Season 5


Apple unveiled more than just its Apple Watch yesterday.

It also released the second trailer of Game of Thrones‘ Season 5! And it is epic! And it’s a great watch!

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SF & Fantasy

A Look At Todd Lockwood’s Forthcoming Novel


Todd Lockwood has produced the art for some of the most gorgeous fantasy covers of our time.

And here is his newest painting! A peek at a scene from his forthcoming dragon novel!

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SF & Fantasy

Rachel Hartman’s Latest: Exclusive Excerpt & a Note from the Author


Rachel Hartman’s Latest: Exclusive Excerpt & a Note from the Author

Check out this exclusive excerpt from Shadow Scale, Rachel Hartman’s follow-up to Seraphina. Plus, a note from the author!

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‘Watt O’Hugh’ Author Steven S. Drachman: ‘Why I Believe In Dragons’


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All across the globe – in Israel, Asia and Europe – denizens of civilizations with no connection to one another, and thus no shared legends, reported dragon sightings.

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Tolkien Fan’s Awesome Animated Short Explains Origin of Dragons


Screen Shot 2014-04-29 at 10.04.45 PMI’m particularly charmed with the paper-crafty look of this short film by grad student Kieran J. Duncan.

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SF & Fantasy

On Dragonlore, by Anne Leonard


‘In the Long Night, the first creatures to emerge were the dragons. They crept out of the cracks in the yellow rock and stretched their wings as the blue flames flared around them. When they leaped skyward, they were so numerous they blocked out the stars. They flew in a twisting gyre of fiery darkness and then dispersed across the earth.’

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Gifts for the Geek | Day 19: Michael Whelan Art


whelan-dragonmintWhat geek doesn’t like sci-fi/fantasy artwork?

Make the jump to see what new original paintings and reproductions award-winning artist Michael Whelan is offering this holiday season!

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