Posts tagged: AJ Hartley

Friday Quick Updates: Edmund R. Schubert's This Giant Leap, new-new and updated events, award news, and more

Posted on 2016-08-12 at 14:56 by montsamu

Friday, August 12, 2016: As promised there isn't a newsletter coming this month, but that certainly isn't to say there isn't a lot of news to pass along. So! Here we go, starting with a "new-new" event tonight in Greensboro that a lot of Triangle (and beyond) folks are excited about:

At 7 pm, Greensboro’s Scuppernong Books (304 S Elm St) hosts Edmund R. Schubert for a reading and signing of his new science fiction collection This Giant Leap. Published earlier this year by Charlotte's Falstaff Books (John

Posted in Friday Quick Updates | Tagged AJ Hartley, edmund r schubert, scuppernong books, ursula vernon, w scott poole

The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Steeplejack, Return of Souls, Spells of Blood and Kin, and Pride's Spell

Posted on 2016-06-22 at 3:49 by angelablackwell

Review of Steeplejack by A.J. Hartley (Tor Teen, June 14, 2016)

Steeplejack is set in the ethnically diverse industrial capital of a land resembling Victorian South Africa. The viewpoint character is Anglet Sutonga, a young woman who repairs steeples. The death of a fellow steeplejack soon sends her on an investigation to discover what happened to him. His death is just a small part of a much larger scheme threading through the city across class and racial barriers.

Bar-Selehm is a city of towers and

Posted in The Exploding Spaceship | Tagged AJ Hartley, andy remic, claire humphrey, matt wallace

The Exploding Spaceship: Review of A.J. Hartley's Darwen Arkwright and the Insidious Bleck

Posted on 2012-11-19 at 18:32 by angelablackwell

[Editor's note: The Exploding Spaceship is a new regular column by Gerald and Angela Blackwell, covering books, authors, events, and who knows what else.]

THE EXPLODING SPACESHIP: Review of Darwen Arkwright and the Insidious Bleck by A.J. Hartley -- Volume 2 in the Darwen Arkwright series (Nov 2012, Razorbill)

The previous volume in the series (Darwen Arkwright and the Peregrine Pact) won the Southern Independent Booksellers Association’s Young Adult Book of the Year award for 2011. This series is an

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