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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

2014 Hugo Finalists

April 22nd, 2014

I don’t have a voting membership this year, but in case you, like me, are interested in seeing what’s on the ballot, here is the complete list. I am as always most interested in the novels, so here’s that list: Ancillary Justice, Ann Leckie Neptune’s Brood, Charles Stross Parasite, Mira Grant Warbound, Book III of …
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Update

April 21st, 2014

I trust you all had a beautiful Easter! Lovely weather here, so I planted onions and peas and beets — didn’t get to the petunias, always more to do, but no rush, the plants are still small, just like I prefer for transplanting. Plus, I took Junior the farmer’s market and then to the vet …
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Getting in the mood for Easter . . .

April 19th, 2014

I’m sure you’ve already seen the Washington Post’s peep show, right? If not, click through. I will say, painting peeps in shades of gray to create a black-and-white effect is a bit strange. I definitely think of peeps as brightly colored. So I like some of the semi-finalists better. There is a stupid ad before …
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Recent wishlisting –

April 16th, 2014

Okay, first, this post, at Persephone Reads, about a narrative nonfiction book, WASHINGTON’S SPIES, about . . . get this . . . Washington’s spies. As in, the Washington, and the men he set up to spy on the British during the Revolutionary War. Who knew? Chelle says, “Talking with my father about reading this …
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Three tropes I would like to include in a book eventually –

April 15th, 2014

First of all, an older woman protagonist. I greatly appreciate it when someone else puts an older woman front and center in a book, such as in PALADIN OF SOULS by Bujold or THE WHEEL OF THE INFINITE by Martha Wells or, um, yeah, I’m sure there must be more older female protagonists, but right …
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