Explore Rivers, Ps and more!

Explore related topics

The Tattooed Seer, by Susan MacGregor

The Tattooed Seer, by Susan MacGregor

The Tattooed Witch by Susan MacGregor  (first of three books in trilogy). When Miriam Medina and her father are accused by the Inquisition of murdering a high priest, Miriam knows justice is impossible. Their accuser, the Grand Inquisitor, is in fact, the real murderer. Miriam's only hope is to resort to her long dead mother's magical legacy: the resurrection of the dead through a magical tattoo. Nominated for an Aurora Award for Best Novel (English) 2014.

The Tattooed Witch by Susan MacGregor Nominated for Aurora Award for best Canadian SF Novel (English).

Susan MacGregor's second book in the Tattooed Witch trilogy being launched August 10, at WWC 2014.

Susan MacGregor's second book in the Tattooed Witch trilogy being launched August at WWC

Rivers

Sci Fi, Battle Fiction

Complete Hammer's Slammers: Volume 1 by David Drake - WebScription Ebook

Senior Editor Robert Runté won a 2014 Aurora Award for his presentation "Why I Read Canadian Speculative Fiction: The Social Dimension of Reading". Scholar Keynote Address, Academic Conference on Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy, June 8, 2013. The paper was subsequently published as the lead article in The Canadian Fantastic in Focus: New Perspectives, edited by Allan Weiss ISBN 978-0-7864-9s92-

ULethbridgeEducation on

Robert Runté won a 2014 Aurora Award for his presentation Why I Read Canadian Speculative Fiction: The Social Dimension of Reading". Scholar Keynote Address, Academic Conference on Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy, June (Pin design by Darcy Tamayose)

Reading With Cats: Critical Hit: A Lesbian Romance by Em Stevens

Reading With Cats: Critical Hit: A Lesbian Romance by Em Stevens

The creepy, creepy story of an invisible presence that haunts a madman. 'The Horla' by Guy de Maupassant

The Book: The last thing I expected this book to remind me of was the Insane Clown Posse, and yet that’s exactly what happened when I read the line, “Can you see electricity?

Pinterest
Search