Winter's Bite

Winter's Bite

by Annie Bellet

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BN ID: 2940032914266
Publisher: Doomed Muse Press
Publication date: 04/30/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 63,549
File size: 132 KB

About the Author

Annie Bellet is a full-time speculative fiction writer. She holds a BA in English and a BA in Medieval Studies and thus can speak a smattering of useful languages such as Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Welsh.

She has sold fiction to AlienSkin Magazine, Contrary Magazine, and Daily Science Fiction Magazine. She's also collected a healthy stack of Honorable Mentions and placed as Semi-finalist in the Writers of the Future contest.

She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and a very demanding Bengal cat.

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Winter's Bite 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I rarely, if ever, bother to invest my time into short stories. I only read this one because I didnt notice that it was a short story until it ended! But dang nabbit it was good while it lasted! Now Ive half a mind to find the author and demand they get off their butt and finish it! DMB
Arrat More than 1 year ago
Great short story! This story was about 40ish pgs. An old warrior women is faced with a new threat. Will she let others save the village or risk herself? Really well written story. I've read her other stories and they have been well done!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short story by Bellet focuses on an unusual protagonist: an older woman, who has left behind her life as a mercenary to raise her daughters and grandchildren. Kudos to Bellet for changing up the usual fantasy tropes. Also, the first several chapters of her Welsh fantasy are lots of fun. Highly recommended to fans of Jolene Dawe, Ilona Andrews, and Mercedes Lackey. -- lyradora
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
14 pages, every word well said. I would have enjoyed an extended telling as I imagined there could be much more to say. It was worth the 10 minutes and gave me some things to think about. The short story is followed by the first 5 chapters in another book, which I didn't read. I didn't want to get into a tale amd be left hanging.