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Pure - Julianna Baggott Review

Rating: 3.5/5 stars.

This book was an impulse buy on my part, and I have to say all though it was GOOD it didn’t knock my socks off. 814 more words

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The Art of Aging

Life in the Boomer Lane, distracted by the political mayhem being perpetrated as we get closer to the 2016 election, has neglected her #1 goal in starting this blog: writing in an authentic, powerful, hilarious way about the aging process and the role of boomers in that process.   595 more words

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What Makes a Great Writer Interview?

All writers want to know how to do a great interview and we’re delighted when someone asks us. Most of us love to get a chance to be treated like a writer. 807 more words

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Week 43 - 2015

Are you ready for this? I’m 74 books behind on my Goodreads challenge. It’s just not happening. I’m not even going to hit last year’s numbers. 282 more words

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Julianna Baggott interviews Robin Silbergleid about "The Baby Book"

“I will confess that this process was much harder with The Baby Book than with other projects, mostly because of its emotional and autobiographical content.  That was a useful reminder for me as a teacher of writing that receiving criticism is not an easy thing, particularly when students are producing, as they should, deeply honest work.  42 more words

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Review: Pure

Title: Pure

Author: Julianna Baggott

Pure trilogy – First Book

Summary:

After the catastrophe, the Earth is almost destroyed. People who survived are damaged and are trying to survive. 570 more words

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Under the influence

Although I’ve never met the American novelist Julianna Baggott, she has championed my work from afar and blurbed my most recent novel, The Rising of Bella Casey, 1,462 more words

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