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All the feelings right now. I almost cried when I saw Peeta! SO MUCH FEELS, TOO MANY EMOTIONS!


When Criticism Bites--A Lesson from the Fish Bowl

Yesterday, while sifting through my Twitter feed I came across a discussion between bloggers regarding a recent article in The Guardian. The article outlined an author’s stalking of an online reviewer. 653 more words

Thoughts On Writing.

Eyes on the YA Book Prize

Love Young Adult fiction? Love Irish and UK writers? Well, you’re bound to love the YA Book Prize then.

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Musing Mondays #12

Do other bloggers ruin things for you when reading? I don’t mean blogger hype, which I talked about last week/many times before, but I mean actually ruin or change your opinion on certain aspects of books or plot devices. 685 more words


Thank You, Book Bloggers For All You Do!

In light of the fact that my Itching for Books Blog Blitz has come to a close and the drama that went on and is still going on in light of Kathleen Hale’s disturbing article where she explains how she literally stalked a reviewer who gave her book a bad review, went to the woman’s house and called her at work to confront her about it, I thought this needed to be written. 614 more words

Confessions Of A Teenage Rape Survivor

The Walking Dead and Best Zombie Books

I love The Walking Dead.  If anything else, the show is a weekly one-hour series that gives us the mental challenge to consider how we could live in a world of nothing, scavenging up the basics of survival from the lost, forgotten world all around us.  880 more words


PC vs. Apple/Word vs. Pages - Which is the best for writers?

I’m a longtime PC guy thinking about switching it up to Mac.  Macs look nice and sleek but whenever I take a peak at one in the store and see all the ways its operating system is different from Windows I feel like I’m about to get dumped into the middle of downtown Mumbai without knowing anything about the local language or customs and being expected to find my way home. 132 more words