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Charlie N Holmberg

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Born in Salt Lake City, Charlie was raised a Trekkie alongside three sisters who also have boy names. In addition to writing fantasy novels, she is also a freelance editor. She graduated from BYU, plays the ukulele, owns too many pairs of glasses, and hopes to one day own a dog. She currently lives with her family in Idaho.

Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult Fantasy
   The Best of Deep Magic: Anthology One (2018) (with TE Bradford, DK Holmberg, Caitlyn McFarland, Maria V Snyder, Brendon Taylor and Jeff Wheeler)
   Midsummer Night (2019) (with Amber Argyle, Annette Lyon, Luisa Perkins, Jane Redd and Julie Wright)
Charlie N Holmberg recommends
The Hundredth Queen (2017)
(Hundredth Queen, book 1)
Emily R King
"The Hundredth Queen is a culturally rich tale of both self-discovery and self-mastery."
Daughter of the Siren Queen (2018)
(Daughter of the Pirate King, book 2)
Tricia Levenseller
"[Levenseller's] words will pull you in, and there's no escaping them."
Dark of the West (2018)
(Glass Alliance, book 1)
Joanna Hathaway
"Captivating . . . The prose is elegant, the characters intricate, and the worldbuilding enrapturing."
Foundryside (2018)
(Founders , book 1)
Robert Jackson Bennett
"Bennett spins a marvelous tale reminiscent of Sanderson. Foundryside is a gripping story with clever characters, intriguing plot, and spectacular worldbuilding."
Navigating The Stars (2018)
(Sentinels of the Galaxy, book 1)
Maria V Snyder
"I LOVED this book [Navigating the Stars]! Normally sci-fi isn't my first choice of tea, but I got sucked into this one really quickly. Snyder foreshadows things SO well, and I was routing for just about every character I met...I think this is Snyder's most clever book to date and I can't wait to continue the series!"
Lord of Secrets (2019)
(Empty Gods, book 1)
Breanna Teintze
"I loved it . . . A perfect mix of traditional and new."
Ink & Sigil (2020)
(Ink & Sigil, book 1)
Kevin Hearne
"Kevin Hearne’s Ink & Sigil is a novel that will transport you right into the Scottish realm of fey and fairies and have you thinking the ‘other’ is real. The magic is both familiar and new, believable and extraordinary. I especially liked the curse on the main character. Between the worldbuilding and the clever prose, this one is worth a read."

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