REVIEWS

POETRY

“…a beautifully sad reflection on the displacement of native gods in ‘Of Amaranth and Honey’…” Read more…

— Stone Telling

“…’The Sun God Bids Farewell To His Lover’…is one of my favorites in this issue…frank and personal…powerful…” Read more…

— The Fix

“….excellent…’Gretel’ [is] reminiscent of Angela Carter’s feminist work in fairy tales…” Read more…

— The Goreletter

SHORT FICTION

Read what people are saying about “Shaala, Made of Stone”…

“The story has a beautifully evoked Arabic feel…I could almost feel the sand and smell the spices in this world.” Read more…

— Joanna Fay, author of Daughter of Hope

“The action and revenge have you intrigued throughout…keeping you turning the pages…the author weaves such a mystically beautiful tale that you are left wanting more.” Read more…

— The Cover (and Everything in Between)

Read what people are saying about Shaala and the Tiger’s Daughter

“This story draws the reader in immediately…in the opening few lines of this tale, Marsheila Rockwell has insured that the reader is hooked.” Read more…

— Long and Short Reviews

ON GOODREADS

Legacy of Wolves
Legacy of Wolves (Eberron: Inquisitives, #3)

reviews: 5

ratings: 61 (avg rating 3.82)

The Shard Axe
The Shard Axe

reviews: 8

ratings: 36 (avg rating 3.75)

Shaala, Made of Stone
Shaala, Made of Stone (Tales of Sand and Sorcery #1)

reviews: 4

ratings: 9 (avg rating 4.11)

The Jade and Honey Harlot
The Jade and Honey Harlot (Tales of Sand and Sorcery #2)

reviews: 2

ratings: 5 (avg rating 4.20)

 

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