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Top 10 Tuesday - Authors I Want to Meet

I’ve seen this meme around the blog-o-sphere lately and this week I just couldn’t resist.  Please visit The Broke and the Bookish blog for details on how to participate. 242 more words


Toy Soldier, Spelljammer, and Chasing Fireflies

Hello, Toy Soldier fans!  Things are stirring in the ashes of the Toy Soldier Saga, which you may have noticed I have not done much with for the past couple of years.   625 more words

Toy Soldier Saga

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Margaret Atwood sets Trump supporters straight on ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ controversy.

Margaret Atwood sets Trump supporters straight on ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ controversy.

I read this book in the early 1990s, and still remember some of it clearly. Now some people are accusing the adaptation of (Canadian!) Margaret Atwood’s dystopian, futuristic novel as a Hollywood attack on the Trump government.

Something is not right here…!


All the Books Show: Episode 83 - Bound Together

Episode 83. It feels like yesterday we were recording Episode 82. How the weeks go by.

This week, we talk about a bunch of stuff but the main topic is our favorite female authors. 138 more words


The Best Friend You Love to Hate

My Brilliant Friend by Elsa Ferrante

I resisted this book at first because none of the reviews I read were particularly compelling. But after hearing an interview with a scholar of Italian literature, I gave it a whirl. 275 more words

Coming Of Age

Literary Links: Books in the News

March was a big month for literary award nominations!  The Bailey’s Prize longlist honors the best novel written by a woman in English. You can find the Pen/Faulkner Award Finalists… 443 more words

Science Fiction

Romance without feminism is no longer an option.

Romance Without Feminism is No Longer an Option

This article doesn’t say anything readers of the romance genre don’t already know, but it’s worth a read all the same. 13 more words