November 5-7, 2020
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Valerie Noble

Donaghy Literary Group

Donaghy Literary Group

Valerie Noble loves science fiction that explores what the world might look like tomorrow as in Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel, or A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World, by C.A. Fletcher. She also loves fantasy that mixes with the real world or is non-eurocentric like the forthcoming Daughter of the Moon Goddess, by Sue Lynn Tan. While Valerie is always looking for diversity in her projects, she is generally not drawn to big issue books, but rather everyday struggles and joys of family, culture, and coming of age. Stories featuring sibling dynamics, anti-heroes, and a bit of romance in any form are always welcome. In general, Valerie is not a fan of time travel stories, superheroes, books set during World War II or the Civil War, or stories where dreams play a starring role.

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