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Book review: J.R. Ward’s COVET

I read this because I didn’t want to judge an entire genre on one shitty book. I’ve heard great things about J.R. Ward, and I just CAN’T do any more vampires – they’re just, ugh, not sexy – so I … Continue reading

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Genre and aesthetic

Author’s note: When I talk about the sections that books live in, I’m talking specifically about the shelving standards at Barnes & Noble booksellers, because that’s where I work and am therefore most familiar with their classifications. I recognize that … Continue reading

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The first step is admission

So here I am, deep in the throes of editing – So here I am, deep in the throes of eating graham crackers for breakfast and waiting for Blur to get out of the shower, and it’s occurred to me … Continue reading

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