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SFF books by women which I have read in the last year

The Left Hand of Darkness, by Ursula Le Guin
Four How to Train Your Dragon books, by Cressida Cowell
Three Hugo nomiees for Best novella
Blackout, by "Mira Grant"
Magic of the Angels, by Jacqueline Rayner
Catching Fire, by Suzanne Collins
EarthWorld, by Jacqueline Rayner
Something Borrowed, by Richelle Mead
The Ripple Effect, by Malorie Blackman
Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins
Far North, by Sara Maitland
The Crown of Dalemark, by Diana Wynne Jones
Royal Assassin, by Robin Hobb
The Queen's Bastard, by C.E. Murphy

The Year of Intelligent Tigers, by Kate Orman
Returning My Sister's Face, by Eugie Foster
Mortal Clay, Stone Heart, by Eugie Foster
SLEEPY, by Kate Orman
Long Time Dead, by Sarah Pinborough
Two unpublished novels
Patternmaster, by Octavia Butler
City of the Dead, by Lloyd Rose
Walk to the End of the World and Motherlines, by Suzy McKee Charnas
Grimm Reality, by Simon Bucher-Jones and Kelly Hale
The Death Pit, by A.L. Kennedy
God's War, by Kameron Hurley
Into the Nowhere, by Jenny T. Colgan
Ancillary Justice, by Anne Leckie

(Combining the themes of International Women's Day today and World Book Day yesterday.)
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