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Review: Grab a Copy of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer

Thank you Crystal so much for your rockin’ review of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer. I loved this book.  From the first page of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer I was drawn into Henrietta’s world.  I loved Henrietta, she’s a strong girl, yet she’s flawed … Continue reading

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Kick Ass Heroines in Fantasy and Science Fiction

This post is excerpted from my post at Breaking In Before Breaking Down. David, thank you for having me on your blog to write about kick ass heroines in fantasy and science fiction. Major confession up front: I love kick … Continue reading

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Are We The Goddess Pretending?

“It is important to realize we are not women channeling the goddess or pretending to be here — we are the goddess pretending for a single lifetime to be a mortal woman.” From Carol Schaefer’s Grandmothers Counsel The World, by … Continue reading

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Beth Barany has created a captivating tale for all ages

“Perhaps my favorite portion of this novel, on the whole, is Barany’s portrayal of Henrietta.  While confused and running from her own personal dragons (no pun intended), Henrietta is a tough female lead, standing up for what she believes in … Continue reading

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Henrietta the Dragon Slayer is a great fast-paced adventure novel!

There are many wonderful themes running throughout your novel.  Which theme means the most to you as the author? I think that would be the theme of friendship. Henrietta learns how to go from being a loner, and running away from … Continue reading

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