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Happy Birthday, Coven Book Club!

Today is the Lit Witches’ 1 month birthday and it’s been a fantastic broom ride already. I can never thank the women who’ve worked so hard to put this together enough. 76 more words

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Diary and stuff.

Today I sit at the kitchen bar, after having had two cups of coffee. I’ve written the first chapter in a new story, and this story will be a book, and not just a short story. 291 more words


All is NOT Quiet on the Eastern Front: A Nazi Love Story for (a belated) Valentine's Day

One of the most frustrating parts of loving to read is that we all inevitably go through books that are tepid. That is to say books that are neither terrible, nor terribly good. 711 more words


Women in Horror Month: Ellen Datlow

In some ways it may seem too easy, but when I think of women in horror, I always start with Ellen Datlow. There are many historic greats (Mary Shelley, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Shirley Jackson) and fantastic contemporary authors (Sarah Pinborough, Caitlin R. 256 more words


Favorite reads of 2015 (at least so far...)

I’ve had a good reading start to 2015, and I’d like to share some of my favorites.

I’m a  big supporter of #Readwomen, and so far this year I’ve read five novels by women and two by men. 723 more words

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February Favorites: Madeleine L'Engle

“I don’t understand it any more than you do, but one thing I’ve learned is that you don’t have to understand things for them to be.” 536 more words

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World of Women

I grew up in a world of women. As a little girl, I was surrounded by my cousins and aunts and my mother’s close-knit group of college friends. 435 more words