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A Biased Perspective

When we’re describing characters, particularly if we’re writing a first-person/subjective narrator or a limited third-person/limited omniscient narrative voice, that one character’s view of another will be biased. 491 more words


The Last Days of Jack Sparks, by Jason Arnopp / *****

I am a complete sucker for unreliable narrators in books. There’s something so exciting about realizing that what you’re getting is a subjective account of things, not an  939 more words

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Blog Tour: The Midnight Dance

Today I’m taking a bit of a detour from my usual every-Saturday book review to bring you a review on this lovely piece of literature! It just dropped yesterday, so pop on over to one of the retailers listed below and snap it up! 585 more words


A Head Full of Ghosts, by Paul Tremblay / **** ½

Paul Tremblay’s A Head Full of Ghosts has been greeted rapturously by not only horror fans, but by more “mainstream” critics, which isn’t something that normally happens with horror novels. 720 more words

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Outline #02

That ‘revealing of knowledge about myself’, the ‘self-realisation – how do I portray it when I realise something? I need to have a look at unreliable narrators. 634 more words


Genuine Fraud Review

The story of a young woman whose diabolical smarts are her ticket into a charmed life. But how many times can someone reinvent themselves? You be the judge.

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Pulp Appeal: Chronicles of Amber

Let’s get something out of the way, The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazy isn’t pulp per se. For starters, the first novel in the series, “NINE PRINCES IN AMBER” wasn’t published until 1970, putting it more in line with the New Wave movement coming out of the sixties. 676 more words

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