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Books reviewed by Katharine Blatchford at BookBrowse.

Katharine Blatchford

Kate is a freelance writer and livelong lover of literature. The fascination with varying cultures and perspectives that grew from this love led her to pursue an education in the social sciences. Her favorite genres are fantasy, historical fiction, and history. She is also a passionate fiber artist who designs knitting and embroidery patterns. In her free time she can be found experimenting in the kitchen, attempting to teach herself to sew, or enjoying the outdoors.

Books reviewed by Katharine Blatchford

The Light Eaters (05/15/24)
Pure Wit (02/21/24)
The Blue Machine (10/18/23)
Every Rising Sun (09/06/23)
Blue Skies (06/21/23)
Essex Dogs (03/01/23)
The Terraformers (02/01/23)
Dark Earth (09/07/22)

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