Winter Moon: Moontide\The Heart Of The Moon\Banshee Cries
3 journalers for this copy...
Saving this one as a gift.
This is on its way to a fellow Club VLAD member for the 12 days of Christmas. Enjoy!
12/25/06 Thank you so much, Explorer1118m, for this wish list book in B/C Yahoo Club Vlad (paranormal readers) 12 Days of Christmas Exchange 2006.
As a Moon Child myself, this collection of "three novellas of power that rises beneath the light of the Moon" is especially exciting! Gorgeous cover art as well - RSVD
These 3 stories were more fantasy that I'm comfortable reading so I had trouble staying with them. The paranormal books & stories I've read by Mercedes Lackey have been super, so I was glad to read more of her. Tanith Lee & C.E. Murphy were new to me authors.
4/3/07 Mailing to SD in Paperback Swap trade - TRAVELING
Journal Entry 5
Nashua, New Hampshire USA on Monday, March 15, 2021
On a whim, I searched the listings at AbeBooks for various BC-related keywords like "bookcrossing" or "BCID", and found several listings that included them in the descriptions. (I don't mind seeing BC books in bookstores or for sale - that's part of a book's life cycle as far as I'm concerned. And in this case the BC info was preserved, so that's good too.) I decided to order a few of those books so I could re-release them, and this softcover arrived today. (Waves hi to the previous journalers! I wonder where it's been since 2007?)
It contains three fantasy novellas:
"Moontide" by Mercedes Lackey, in which talented but torn Moira has conflicting loyalties.
"The Heart of the Moon" by Tanith Lee, in which warrior woman Clirando faces a betrayal by friend and lover - and a subsequent curse - in a fantasy world reminiscent of ancient Greece.
"Banshee Cries" by C. E. Murphy, from her Walker Papers
series featuring unwilling shaman Jo Walker and the titular harbinger of death.
Journal Entry 6
Little Free Library, Granite Circle in Merrimack, New Hampshire USA on Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Released 3 wks ago (4/22/2021 UTC) at Little Free Library, Granite Circle in Merrimack, New Hampshire USA
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