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The Philosopher Kings, by Jo Walton

After reading The Just City, I was super excited to see what would happen next to my favorite Plato-embracing humans. If you haven’t read… 524 more words


Backdoor Publishing Gig

By Thonie Hevron

This article is a re-post from Marilyn Meredith’s blog, Marilyn’s Musings which appeared June 21, 2015. Marilyn posts about writing, her appearances and often has guest poster sharing their expertise or in my case, experience. 655 more words

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China Rich Girlfriend, by Kevin Kwan

I read Crazy Rich Asians last year with my book club and it was a complete surprise “holy crap this is great” book. I had no idea I would love a book like that so much, but I did. 621 more words


BEA 2015 Recap Pt 3: On BEA, Books, and Bloggers

I went in to Book Expo America with a lot of tentative pre-conceived notions of what it was going to be like. (Meaning, I had heard a lot about it from a lot of different people, but I wasn’t entirely sure if all of their experiences would match mine when I got there.) Here are some of my take-aways from my experiences at BEA this year! 1,772 more words


The Fold, by Peter Clines

Holy crap, guys. If you look in the dictionary next to “compulsively readable” you will see the cover of this book. Probably. If you have this special dictionary I had printed just now. 475 more words


BEA Totally Blows When You Have to Work There

Gone are the days when we could wander aimlessly through the aisles of The Javits Center, collecting all the book swag we wanted. No longer can we map out a plan of who’ll stand in what line to get which books so we don’t miss out on all the BEA freebies. 303 more words


A God in Ruins, by Kate Atkinson

I loved Life After Life with a fiery burning passion, and when I heard there was a second novel in that universe coming out, I may have done a happy dance. 569 more words