Masked Filers Reading SFF: The Girl With No Face

Kendall volunteered to kick off a series inspired by the latest worldwide fashion statement.

I’m too shy to take my own photo and I don’t promise I’m reading all of these right now, but here is a photo for the new feature.

Cry Fox (“Rivers of London” graphic novel), Zero at the Bone written by Jane Seville and art by Son Gaepi (manga adaptation of the novel), No Way by S.J. Morden, The Girl With No Face by M.H. Boroson, Before Mars by Emma Newman, and Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James.

If you want to see this series continue, send photos of your mask and social distancing reads to mikeglyer (at) cs (dot) com

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4 thoughts on “Masked Filers Reading SFF: The Girl With No Face

  1. Hehehe, I’m happy to help get this going.

    BTW technically the boy with no face. Great title call back! I didn’t even think of that; that’s why you run File 770 and I’m a humble reader.

  2. Snazzy mask, great-looking reads! Report back on Black Leopard, Red Wolf — I’ve been through about half of it, and thought the writing was incredible, but the accent of the narrator in audio distracted me too much so I gave up, and I haven’t gotten around to eyes-on-the-page reading it yet!

  3. That’s a pretty posh mask right there! You and your partner take good care of yourselves. ❤

  4. Thanks, both of you! And will do, @Contrarius, though keep in mind I’m not currently reading all those books. 😉

    ETA: The multi-color mask is silk (with a second layer of cotton or a cotton blend that you can’t see).

    It’s tough to see the black mask, but it’s got a snakeskin texture to it (tough to see it close up, too, really). 🙂 As an ex of mine would say (jokingly): Sacrifice all for the sake of fashion.

    And take care of yourself, @JJ and @Contrarius and @Mike Glyer and . . . @EVERYONE! <3

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