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At the moment I’m reading a terrible book. I picked it up because I thought it would be a fun kind of terrible, an impression that was mainly formed because of this glorious bit of cover work. Look at that … Continue reading
These days everyone writes in first person. It seems that you can’t turn around without seeing another book written this way. And another. And another. But why this sudden trend of first person? What is this collective madness? And should … Continue reading
Anne Bishop’s Black Jewels Trilogy is a guilty, guilty pleasure. Everything that I should dislike about books can be found here. Perfectly perfect heroes (Who are terribly misunderstood and put down upon for no real reason other than everyone else … Continue reading
I’ve talked before about how to write a good, critical review. But what about when the boot is on the other foot? Receiving a critical review that points out all of your flaws and shortcomings is one of the most … Continue reading