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Book of the Month: ROAR Volume 6, edited by Mary E. Lowd

July’s Book of the Month, ROAR Volume 6, is edited by member Mary E. Lowd, features stories from several FWG members, and makes its debut at Anthrocon.

ROAR6Lovable scoundrels and scoundrels we love to hate.

From rascals causing harmless mischief to dark lords with evil in their hearts, scoundrels can be found in every world, mundane to fantastical.  We fight them, laugh at them, and sometimes root for them.

The twenty-eight stories in ROAR volume 6 explore scoundrels of every stripe, in every walk of life.  Read stories from celebrated anthropomorphic authors, award-winning science fiction and fantasy authors, and talented newcomers to the furry genre!

Contents:

Squonk the Dragon by Pete Butler
Brush and Sniff by mwalimu
Faithful by Marshall L. Moseley
Gerbil 07 by Huskyteer
CSI: Transylvania by Kevin M. Glover
Hard Scratching In Kittytown by Blake Hutchins
Hold the Moon by Eric M. Witchey
Ernest by Lyn McConchie
Two Crows, Two Wires, and the Moon by Andrew S. Taylor
Ivan and the Black Riders by Kris Schnee
Into the Wind by Rechan
At What Cost by Jeeves the Roo
A City With No Children by James Stegall
Perch by Sarah Doebereiner
The Cat Thief by Laura “Munchkin” Lewis
Food, Feuds and Fake Flora by Ocean Tigrox
Puppy Love by George S. Walker
I Hold My Father’s Paws by David D. Levine
0mega by Garrett Marco
Skinned by Kyell Gold
Relics, Rabbits, and Tuscan Reds by Slip Wolf
Shadows of Horses by Phil Geusz
Coyote’s Voice by Altivo Overo
Prof Fox by Mark Patrick Lynch
Wolves and Foxes by Amy Fontaine
Unexpected Bouquets by Ellen Saunders
Clearance Papers by Fred Patten
Edward Bear and the Very Long Walk by Ken Scholes

Available from FurPlanet.

 

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