Between the lines

I’m basking in this Writing Strong Women series, not least because I get to take a back seat and watch my blog fill up with wonderful posts as if by magic!¬†Tomorrow, we’ll be joined by the inimitable Saladin Ahmed, whose writing career is set to take a leap into the stratosphere with a first novel slated for release with Daw books in 2012. So far I’ve been enjoying his short stories in various formats.

Another cause for cat-like basking, stretching and general contented purring noises: a new review of ‘Samiha’s Song’ from

I will add, however, that those afraid of spoilers might want to steer clear of this one, as some action is described in detail and the reviewer leaves you with a general idea of how the book ends. Suffice to say, I’m pleased she liked it…

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2 Responses to Between the lines

  1. Helen Lowe says:

    Congrats on the great review, Mary!

  2. MaryV says:

    Thanks Helen! It’s lovely when people ‘get it’, isn’t it? You slave away at something, hoping to inject subtlety, drama and shades of grey… such a relief when that comes through.

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