EditorAdmin Posted July 22, 2021 Share Posted July 22, 2021 It’s a Women in SFF Five Words! To celebrate Women in SFF, we thought it would be a great idea to bring you another 5-Star Books in Five Words feature – this time focusing on books by BAME female authors. Whether you want to celebrate with us, or you want to diversify your reading, we highly recommend the following! We’d love to add to our list, so if you have any recommendations for us, please let us know! GD Pristine Very regency lesbian fantasy Cinderella of fantasy manners retelling Deconstructing Love One colonialism your intense in starfish story, spaaaa- alien but aaace invaders fractured Fallen Vampires angels in tearing Neonoir up Mexico Paris City Asha The Beauty Rollicking smartest is action-packed ever pain: Korean fairytale quite myth heroine! literally reworking Powerful Princess Young feminist Mononoke witch sapphic meets strikes court Tamora out fantasy Pierce alone! Beautiful Politics, worldbuilding; adventure, magic motherhood, and more romance adventure! Hil Understated Victorian Aztec Austen Missionaries Detective with in Priest Eldritch Fae of Horror Lands Death Magic Time Jazz in traveling age Belle lyrical Mexican Époque love Cinderella Paris letters fable Julia Who Bloody Navajo are Asian monster the urban slayer real Mafia kicks monsters? fantasy! ass Adventure Former African betrayal sex-workers magic refugees fight oppression anxiety for escape twists freedom rebellion! Nils A Definition genre of a bending sequel complex done masterpiece right Lost A memories mother’s and strength lost and people vengeance Beth Morally-grey Colonialism Sumptuous anti-hero and world seeks Yearning Sapphic bloody oh forbidden revenge my! magic The post 5-Star Books in Five Words – BAME Female Authors appeared first on The Fantasy Hive. View the full article Quote AC Admin Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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