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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

I love Audible –

August 27th, 2014

But that does not mean I want to renew my Platinum membership for next year. No. I got that kind of membership (24 books per year) because it was the most cost effective, but now! Now I am stocked up with audio titles. Plenty to last through the rest of next year and quite possibly …
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Recent Reading: THE EMPEROR’S EDGE by Lindsay Buroker

August 26th, 2014

So, THE EMPEROR’S EDGE is an indie title, which I picked up because of this review by Sherwood Smith. Yes, yes, boring cover, but don’t judge the book by it. Smith said, “The Emperor’s Edge series is one of my favorite types of adventure stories, with double crosses, quick thinking, great action scenes, and a …
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Watership Up

August 24th, 2014

I got this link from Mike S. — “Watership Down is so depressing. Why not Watership Up? “I’ve just had a vision,” Fiver said, twitching and snapping as a rabbit caught in a snare. His eyes saw things the eyes of other rabbits did not see. “What is it, my brother?” Hazel asked. “Everything…” Fiver …
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A trope I hate –

August 23rd, 2014

Tropes I enjoy: thieves with a heart of gold; girls/women disguising themselves as boys/men; personifications of Death. I’m sure there’re lots of other tropes that make me perk up when I see them in the book description. These are just a couple I thought of off the top of my head. Tropes I hate: humanity …
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The world is a science fiction novel

August 22nd, 2014

And then from time to time, we find evidence that the world is really a science fiction novel: Scientists find a flourishing ecosystem half a mile beneath Antarctic ice . . . in a lake that hasn’t been touched by sunshine or wind in millions of years, life goes on. . . . Many of …
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