Brey Willows is a longtime editor and writer. Her passion is literature and the classics, and she has published a handful of short stories. When she’s not running a social enterprise working with marginalized communities on writing projects, she’s editing other people’s writing or doing her own. She lives in the middle of England with her partner and fellow author and spends entirely too much time exploring castles and ancient ruins while bemoaning the rain.
Brey Willows’ work simply never fails to astound me; every book inches the proverbial bar ever higher, with this perhaps being my favourite of the Muses series thus far. Lines of Love is the perfect mix of romance and fantasy and a prime example of Willows’ ability to mix profound and often intense topics with her trademark (and deftly situated) quips.
Brey Willows has once again crafted a masterful character journey with two incredibly likable and humanly flawed main characters. You can’t help but fall in love with and root for Clio and Kit while they try to navigate their own emotions and find compassion for the woman in their path.
Brey Willows is a nerd. She loves most anything by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, and Lord of the Rings. (She wants to be an elf but is built like a dwarf.) She’s an avid animated movie fan and will always choose a cartoon over pretty much anything else, unless it contains mythology of some sort. She’s a travel fiend; she loves going to new countries, exploring, and attempting (mostly poorly) the language. She’s a pseudo vegetarian and migraine sufferer. The Kushiel’s Legacy Series by Jaquiline Carey is her all time favorite series, and she loves the way Iris Murdoch puts sentences together. She’s an absolute introvert, horribly awkward around other humans, and she only drinks Guinness. She’s Latina, femme, adores masc of center women, loves to bake, and is a believer that humans are humans, and we all deserve respect and the opportunity to live in the way that makes us fulfilled and happy humans.
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