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Plot Holes Take the Bite Out of Your Story!

Tweet, Tweet — Twiddle, Twiddle, here comes another plot with a hole in the middle.

If you fail to explain how A connects to B, or state something that doesn’t make sense (without explanation), then you have left a plot hole. 129 more words


Book, screen or e-reader?

As I scrolled down the page I became conscious that I was doing exactly the thing I was researching. My ‘normal’ concentration and attention to words, born of my lifelong love for seeing them unfold on paper, was wandering off and bouncing around. 990 more words


Are you a reader or a page-turner?

This appeared on iwastesomuchtime.com (my life in a hyperlink nutshell) and it made me angry. Why, you ask? Because it’s stark monochrome in its opinion, and to quote an old teacher of mine: “When you are with people seeing in black and white, see red”. 491 more words

Lord Rant Of Rantshire Wishes To Speak


Being the ‘new kid’ at school is hard, but for Tess Novak – who’s moved more times than she can remember – it’s a role she knows by heart.

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Tyndale Rewards

I am so excited to tell y’all about a points reward program for earning books that I recently discovered called Tyndale Rewards! I recently ordered “Great Parents, Lousy Lovers” by Gary Smalley and Ted Cunningham, using 90 points I racked up on my… 229 more words

Frugal Family

How best to read?

I just spotted the Musing Mondays prompt over at Should be Reading which offers a list of possible reading-related musings for a Monday post.  It includes an option to blog about one of your reading habits.   545 more words

Book Thoughts

Magazines: Print or Paperless?

Natalie BarlettaOpinions Editor

I am a huge fan of magazines. Every month, I always make a point to get my copy of Cosmo, Seventeen, and any magazine that has a celebrity that I like on the cover. 594 more words