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On Today's Bookshelf (XVIII)

The past week has been a very busy week. Clients have inundated me with new work that needs to be done on a short schedule, and thus at a higher-than-normal pay rate.  1,037 more words


Cover reveal: 'Armageddon Rules' by J. C. Nelson

Note from Cass: This is book two in the Grimm Agency series. If you want to see the equally gorgeous cover of book one, JC guest posted on my blog… 1,411 more words

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Blitz: 'Running Away' by Julie Hutchings (The Shinigami series, #2)

Eliza Morgan is desperate to escape the horrors of her mortal life and understand why death follows her, leaving only one man, Nicholas French, in its wake.

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Banned Books and Children

As an ardent advocate of libraries, literacy, and access to information, I am uncomfortable with the strident mockery of censorship during Banned Books week.

My sons and I shared a love for Calvin and Hobbes, even before they understood all the sophisticated inside jokes; we still do. 547 more words


Guest post: Sex and New Adult Romance in Fairy Tales, by Diane J. Reed

Everything old is new again. You’ve often heard this cliché, but nothing brings it home better than the skyrocketing rise in popularity for a new genre publishers are calling “new adult romance”. 2,841 more words

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Interview: K. R. Conway, author of 'Undertow'

If you could be any character in your book (and receive their powers as well, if they have any), which would you be and what would you do? 1,014 more words

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