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Bibliobattle with Me, This Saturday!

CALLING ALL NEW YORK CITY BOOK LOVERS!

On Saturday, March 25th at 3 PM, I will be the moderator of the next Bibliobattle at Kinokuniya NYC, near Bryant Park. 103 more words

Reading

Book Review: The Tourist by Robert Dickinson

When we look at the covers of books, we sometimes see what we want to, and conveniently overlook the things we don’t. Unfortunately this happens to me often because I do things quickly, sometimes too quickly, so I frequently miss things. 434 more words

Book Review

Short Stories Challenge 2017 - Erase Me: Positron, Episode Three - Margaret Atwood (stand-alone)

What’s Erase Me all about?:

In the latest edge-of-your-seat episode of “Positron,” the Byliner Serial by renowned author Margaret Atwood, the dystopian dark comedy takes its darkest turn yet, pitting husband against wife and the human impulse to love against the animal instinct to survive. 918 more words

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Judge, Jeremy, and Executioner: When Your Character Creation is Omnipotent and You're Shooting Lasers From Where You Pee

Good day, ladies, and gentlemen.

Today we are taking another trip through time and visiting The Diary of The Wasteland Bear God in our continued exploration of the evolution of writing, dialogue, character, raunchy sass, and more. 1,701 more words

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Hysterical Blindness??????

In this unnamed city with unnamed characters, an unknown contagion causing blindness is spreading throughout the immediate area as well as in the hearts and minds of the anxious onlookers. 1,311 more words

Fiction

Delirium-Should You Read It?

Genre: Young Adult Dystopian Romance

Rating: 3.5/5

In Portland, Oregon 2091, a city surrounded by a great fence, love, or amor deliria nervosa, is a dangerous disease that could lead to chaotic misbehavior and even death. 458 more words

Young Adult

Book Review: Black Rain by Matthew B. J. Delaney

In a futuristic world where individuals are separated as “Naturals” and “Synthates,” Matthew B. J. Delaney’s Black Rain examines the subject of human cruelty. Naturals are human beings just like you and I, while Synthates are artificially synthesized humans created by us. 529 more words

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