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Women in SF&F Month: Memory from Stella Matutina

Today Memory from Stella Matutina is sharing the story of how she became a fantasy fan!  Stella Matutina is another one of my favorite blogs to visit for all things bookish. You know how once in a while you find a reviewer whose taste really matches yours? You both love the same books, and you both tend to not like the same books even if it seems like you’re the ONLY ONES in the ENTIRE WORLD who didn’t enjoy this [.
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