In memoriam: Ursula K. Le Guin

In memoriam: Ursula K. Le Guin

The world has become a little bleaker as we say goodbye to fantasy and science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin. For many fantasy and science fiction authors, Le Guin was a founding mother of the genre. She was a progressive writer, one who defied conventions and paved ways for all generations of writers who came after her. She was brilliantly intelligent, humorous, and above all, a very talented wordsmith. Her presence will be sorely missed by many. May these words of wisdom ring forever true in the minds of budding and established authors.

 

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The mind has a heart of its own.

Aurora’s life is perfectly mundane. She has a job she hates, an ex that ran her out of her hometown, and the highlight of her week is Monday breakfast with her best friend. That changes when Aurora starts dreaming of a woman who can’t remember her own name. A woman who Aurora falls head over heels for. She knows the romance that develops between them isn’t real, but the dreams make life so much better that she hurries to bed every night…until she discovers that her dream woman isn’t imaginary. Her name is Leela and she is in a coma.

Aurora must risk everything—her job, apartment, friends, and her sanity—to save Leela, a woman she’s only ever met in her mind. But in order to help, Aurora must convince Leela’s neurologist and parents that she and Leela have a bond that transcends the physical plane.

Can Aurora fight through a progressively nightmarish landscape to wake Leela? And if Leela wakes, will she recognize Aurora as the one who saved her? As the one Leela said she loved? Their dream-relationship might not be real, but if there is any possibility of making her dreams come true, Aurora has to try.

Dreams is a sweet lesfic romance about a love that defies the laws of physics.

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