Seveneves; or, Hard Scifi is Hard

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Here’s how it went down: I’m scanning through review copies on Edelweiss as is my wont, looking for the next great read, and I see the new Neal Stephenson book listed. Boom! I… Continue reading

The Rabbit Back Literature Society; or, The Infection

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I went to see The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies this weekend with the intention of writing a Read It, Scene It post over it, but I’m too bitter to even try.… Continue reading

2014: The Year of the Sad Cry

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2014, Year of Tears. Let’s see, I’ve cried over jobs I didn’t get. I’ve cried over jobs I did get but had to turn down for one reason or another. I’ve cried because… Continue reading

The NaMos are Coming! The NaMos are Coming!

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Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
November is one week away, and that means NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo are, too! If you’ve been thinking about reinvigorating your blogging or are finally ready to…

Girl Talk: Q&A with Sarah O’Leary Burningham

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Today Infinite Reads has a very special guest, the fun and multitalented Sarah O’Leary Burningham! Sarah’s something of a guru when it comes to tween and teen issues, and she’s here to talk… Continue reading

Christmas Romance Roundup

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For many readers, particularly those of us in colder climates where it gets into subzero temperatures and you can’t go out without feeling like your face is going to crack and peel right… Continue reading

Review: Wrede on Writing by Patricia C. Wrede

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Today’s post is sponsored by Grammarly, “an automated online proofreader that finds and explains pesky grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes that are bound to find their way into your writing.” I use Grammarly’s… Continue reading

Bellman & Black: A Ghost Story by Diane Setterfield

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Did you read The Thirteenth Tale, Diane Setterfield’s debut novel? It came out way back in 2006, which I cannot believe I just referred to as “way back,” and made a big, almost-universally… Continue reading

Vote in Harlequin’s More Than Words Awards

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Harlequin has just opened the voting for their annual More Than Words awards – a charitable program that honors women, real-life heroines, making a difference in their communities. How often do we get… Continue reading

The Horror, The Horror!

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Halloween approacheth! The handsome fella and I have geared up for it by observing his usual “scary movies only” October philosophy, or “Spooktober Spookacular” as I, and only I, call it. If you… Continue reading