Mary E. Lowd is a science-fiction and furry writer in Eugene, Oregon. She's had more than fifty short stories published by various magazines and anthologies, and her first novel, "Otters In Space," was picked up by a small press after a year and half of being self-published. The sequel, "Otters In Space 2: Jupiter, Deadly," came out in the summer of 2013. Her fiction has won an Ursa Major Award and two Cóyotl Awards. She's a member of SFWA, the Furry Writers' Guild, a judge for the Cat Writers' Association, and co-chair of her local critique group, the Wordos. She lives with her husband, two children, three dogs, three cats, and zero otters.
on Sep. 11, 2012 :
Envy will eat you up until nothing is left. In this story of two brothers, set in a magical world with fairies and miracles and power, one brother covets what the other has. The world is engaging, the characters are real, and the lesson is timeless.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Sep. 08, 2012 :
Fable-like story made for an enjoyable read. Half-elf, magical flowers, spells, and a castle! The rift between the brothers and the question of whether or not the main character would find redemption, kept me engaged.
(reviewed the day of purchase)