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Normal, by Graeme Cameron

Don’t you just hate it when you think you know what a book is going to be and then you’re wrong in the worst possible way? 589 more words


The Devil's Detective, by Simon Kurt Unsworth

Y’all already know that I’m a sucker for detective stories with a twist (see: The Last Policeman, The Manual of Detection, etc.). So when this book, whose title is no misnomer, crossed my path, I knew I needed to read it. 482 more words


Fri. Feb. 13, 2015: Love the 13th, But not the Black Eye

Friday, February 13, 2015
Waning Moon
Jupiter Retrograde
Sunny and cold

Yesterday was busy. I wrenched my ankle. I didn’t remember hitting my face, but by the afternoon, the left side around the eye was swollen and looked like someone hit me. 451 more words

Thurs. Feb. 12, 2015: Here Comes Another One

Thursday, February 12, 2015
Waning Moon
Jupiter Retrograde
Cloudy and cold

Supposed to get more snow today. I salted the street at the bottom of my driveway so I could actually get out onto the street (with my own personal salt), but then fishtailed all the way down the street, because it’s so gutted and slippery my tires can’t get any traction. 370 more words

INVINCIBLE ARC Giveaway! Enter to win 1 of 5 copies

It is exactly three months until my new book INVINCIBLE comes out! To celebrate, I am giving away five free copies of the Advance Reader Copy. 23 more words

Amy Reed

The Hilltop, by Assaf Gavron

I picked this book up in the same swoop that brought me I Did Not Kill My Husband, and for much the same reasons. Foreign book, in translation, looks intriguing, and this one even let me know in advance that it was going to have some political satire, which was good to know because otherwise the beginning would have made absolutely no sense. 525 more words