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Catch-22 Review: Bathing In The Absurdity Of War

Harper Lee, the celebrated author of To Kill A Mockingbird, once said about Catch-22:

Catch-22 is the only war novel I’ve ever read that makes any sense.”

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Authors Alley at the Lorain Flea for All

The Lorain Flea-for-All is pleased to be hosting the “Authors Alley” Pavilion for writers and publishers to promote their work at an affordable cost. Authors Alley is a dedicated, shared booth space set aside for the display and sale of books. 53 more words


Eragon 32-33: Sunk Cost Fallacy

The next two chapters are mercifully short, but not exactly exciting. They did not, however, end with me shouting about Eragon’s stupidity, so that’s a slight plus. 738 more words


Oh Rose, who dares to name thee?

2016 has been a productive year for me, with a lot of work going on behind the scenes for both Immanion Press and its non-fiction imprint, Megalithica Books. 1,075 more words


Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo; 462 pages


Kaz Brekker is hired to lead a team into one of the most secure prisons in order to kidnap a scientist. 177 more words


Fyodor Karmazov

From the very first chapter we’re treated to this crazy character in the father of the Karamazov brothers. After his wife left him for another man, he took it upon himself to tell everyone in painful details all the humiliations he’s suffered from his wife. 1,081 more words

From Sprint to Marathon

NaNoWriMo’s over. Final word count: 30,836.

So, I didn’t make it to 50,000 this year. But I don’t want to dwell on that.

Here’s what I… 144 more words