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Welcome to Rachel Neumeier’s Website

Hello, and welcome to my website. Take a look around – you’ll find information on my books, my life as an author and what else I’m up to at the moment. You’ll also find my personal book recommendations and some useful links. Feel free to get in touch via my contact page if you would like to find out more.

Books – Coming Soon and Out Now

Black Dog, February 2014House of Shadows, July 2012The Griffin Mage Trilogy omnibus edition, November 2011The Floating Islands, February 2011

Visit the Books page of the site for more information on all my published books.

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Latest News & Blog Posts

Resources for writers

September 30th, 2014

Okay, first, a day or so ago Martha Wells mentioned she has this page on Twitter, and I went and looked at it and I think it is helpful. It’s a bunch of links to posts that ought to be useful for new writers. If you go to her website, you can get to this …
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September 29th, 2014

Always nice to tie up a manuscript and send it off! I always enjoy it as much as possible, since it happens at least twice per book (and sometimes more). Revising KEHERA was kind of a big job and in fact I thought of a loose end I didn’t tie off properly just a minute …
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Oh, look, aliens!

September 26th, 2014

This looks really interesting! The link will take you to a review by Jo Walton at Here’s the bit that caught my eye: What’s better than a first novel with awesome aliens that includes really well done alien points of view? A first novel with two lots of different awesome aliens that includes two …
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Recent listening: Authors with multiple writing personas?

September 25th, 2014

Okay, listen, if I didn’t know that Mira Grant and Seanan McGuire were the same person? I would never believe they were the same person. Let’s have a little compare and contrast moment: EXHIBIT A This book is beautifully written, with invisible prose and a compelling narrative voice. The overall plot has major believability issues …
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September 24th, 2014

Do you re-read books you enjoy? Chachic has a post on this at her blog today. I’m glad to see she has made time for re-reading this year, because it’s hard to think of a greater pleasure than re-reading wonderful books. I’m always absolutely stunned to find out that there are people who do not …
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