Billy O’Keefe
Sounds like a dangerous lottery to win. Looking forward to reading more.
Christopher Huang
I know this woman can turn a phrase, and the promise of high adventure through parts unknown sounds delicious.
Thomas J. Arnold
I've long been a fan of the intermingling of science fiction and fantasy(even doing it myself at times), so how could I possibly pass up reading a book with the premise which it seems one may be able to sum up as a space race/treasure hunt amidst a civil war between space dragons and wizards?The opening uses well-crafted narrative to quickly give us the exposition and characterization we need to get a good feel for the dynamics between the lowly Grays and aristocratic Lumens, as well as to give us insight into the mind of our unlikely protagonist as he is drawn into the race quite on accident(or his own foolishness, take your pick).  The high quality of writing and promise of the concept leaves me desperately hungry for more of Ms. Baldwin's story.
Mana Lewis
Space dragons!
Vonda Bonnie Baker
Very well written , I could visualize everything I was reading . The story was captivating.
Alexander Barnes
A new and interesting twist on a classic formula. To substitute the downtrodden hero that is the norm in this sort of story, For one of privilege promises a slant we don't see all that often. Add that to a setting that is unique to say the least and you have that rarest of stories, one I'm familiar with, and yet have never actually seen before.A new and interesting twist on a classic formula. To substitute the downtrodden hero that is the norm in this sort of story, For one of privilege promises a slant we don't see all that often. Add that to a setting that is unique to say the least and you have that rarest of stories, one I'm familiar with, and yet have never actually seen before.
Stephen Carignan
The Traveller's Cup immediately brings the reader into the story in the most efficient way, bringing the world to life with the interactions of the characters and the ceremony the reader witnesses. One of the strongest aspects of the work is how the revelations of the world are seen through the gestures of the character within the story, as opposed to being directly described.
S.T. Ranscht, Co-author of ENHANCED
Drawn in by the About section, I had to read the posted chapters. Engagingly well-written with descriptions that don't slow the pace, but create a world you can see and move through, (OMG! I've ridden in a bejeweled golden chariot drawn by giant  slugs!), I'm invested in her characters, and fear for the protagonist already. I've ordered my copy. Please order yours so Ms. Baldwin can get it published.
And A.C.? Keep those chapters coming. In order, okay? Pleeeease?
JF Dubeau
I've been writing alongside Amanda for three years. You won't be disappointed by this book. Give it a pre-order.
Liam Dynes
A space race from which none have returned? Space dragons? Yessum, please.