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Dec 02

Joy to the Reviews Part II

While it arrived a bit early, today is officially the original release date for Joy to the Worlds. Happy Birthday to Maia Chance, Janine A. Southard, Gayle Clemans, and myself for the release of this book!

GeekGirlCon also added our book tour to their “December Geek About Town” list. 🙂 You can see our events and other cool ones here.

And to celebrate the release, here are some more reviews! (If you missed the first round, you can check them out here.)


 

Joy to the Worlds…or Joy to the Reviews–Part II:

…good, well-paced and enjoyable anthology of speculative fiction/urban fantasy short stories set around Christmas time. It is an enjoyable read, suits to season for this urban fantasy junkie and all in all something I suggest you pop in your eBook stocking tomorrow!” 4 out of 5 stars

–Janis Hill of Janis’ Reviews (Read the full review here)

…a solid collection of fantasy and sci-fi jaunts that will leave you with a strangely satisfying Christmassy feeling.” 4 out of 5 stars

–Bruce of The Bookshelf Gargoyle  (Read the full review here)

…engaging collection…this [book] need not be limited to holiday season reading.” 4.25 out of 5 stars

–Martha’s Bookshelf (Read the full review here)

…well-written and enjoyable…a great holiday-time read.”

–Tungsten Hippo (Read the full review here)

…a fascinating mixture of genres. I’d recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries that are heavily influence by science fiction.”

–Long & Short Reviews (Read the full review here)

About the author

Raven Oak

Bestselling science fiction & fantasy author Raven Oak is best known for Amaskan’s Blood, Class-M Exile, and the collection Joy to the Worlds: Mysterious Speculative Fiction for the Holidays.

She spent most of her K-12 education doodling stories and 500 page monstrosities that are forever locked away in a filing cabinet. When she’s not writing, she’s getting her game on, enjoying cartography, or staring at the ocean.

She lives in Seattle, WA with her husband, and their three kitties who enjoy lounging across the keyboard when writing deadlines approach.

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