The Siege of Links

(I owe a number of people email. Unfortunately, this situation is not likely to change in the next few days. Sorry, all.)

6 thoughts on “The Siege of Links

  1. I really don’t know what to make of this, except to say that abbreviating “fantasy fiction” to “fanfic” strikes me as having the potential to make parts of the internet implode.

    I was curious about the point she was trying to make. Something about fantasy readers coming in all shapes and sizes (well, all two of them from her examples) and that they are willing to recommend books to complete strangers?

  2. they are willing to recommend books

    Well, they’re willing to recommend David Eddings and Robert Jordan. Which I’m sure will be a nice surprise for her Le Guin-, McKillip- and Herbert-loving husband.

  3. Heh. I was going to comment on that myself but decided to be positive for a change.

    She did mention that her husband already owns some books by Eddings, which was what prompted her to pick them up. Whether he still rereads them is another matter entirely.

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