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My whole life story is basically “I read this book in a few hours and the sequel comes out in a year.”

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My monthly e-book reissues column for October—Reading All Through the Night: October 2013’s Digital Reissues—is now online at Heroes & Heartbreakers.
This time around I write about All Through the Night and Promise Me Heaven by Connie Brockway, MacNamara’s Woman by Lisa Gardner, Keri Arthur’s Kiss the Night Goodbye, and Tara Sue Me’s The Training.

My monthly e-book reissues column for October—Reading All Through the Night: October 2013’s Digital Reissues—is now online at Heroes & Heartbreakers.

This time around I write about All Through the Night and Promise Me Heaven by Connie Brockway, MacNamara’s Woman by Lisa Gardner, Keri Arthur’s Kiss the Night Goodbye, and Tara Sue Me’s The Training.

"Well-meaning adults can easily destroy a child’s love of reading. Stop them reading what they enjoy or give them worthy-but-dull books that you like – the 21st-century equivalents of Victorian ‘improving’ literature – you’ll wind up with a generation convinced that reading is uncool and, worse, unpleasant."

Neil Gaiman: Let children read the books they love

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Please note: Some are mildly disturbing. But it’s mostly just a wonder and a joy that these words exist

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I posted a brief review of Tawny Taylor’s My Alpha Billionaire (1-4) on goodreads. When I invoke the name of Maurice Chevalier in a review, it’s never a good thing.

I posted a brief review of Tawny Taylor’s My Alpha Billionaire (1-4) on goodreads. When I invoke the name of Maurice Chevalier in a review, it’s never a good thing.

Check out my newest Heroes & Heartbreakers article: “Murky and Glorious Pasts: Authors Who Switch Genres.” I write about Julie Garwood, J.R. Ward, Meg Cabot, MaryJanice Davidson, Angela Knight, and Kate Cross. 

Check out my newest Heroes & Heartbreakers article: “Murky and Glorious Pasts: Authors Who Switch Genres.” I write about Julie Garwood, J.R. Ward, Meg Cabot, MaryJanice Davidson, Angela Knight, and Kate Cross. 

It's Sad That We Don't Read Books

  • The newest study by the National Endowment for the Arts on how much American adults participate with the arts found that general book reading in 2012 was even with levels in 2008, but that reading literature (defined as novels, short stories, plays and poetry) had declined.

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My newest article, Gallant, Precious, and Sometimes Strange: The Waif Archetype in Romance Novels, is now online at H&H. I break it down from Dorothy, Cinderella, and Sabrina to Demi, Anne Gracie, and Iris Johansen.
Click thru to continue reading, and if you have time, post a comment!

My newest article, Gallant, Precious, and Sometimes Strange: The Waif Archetype in Romance Novels, is now online at H&H. I break it down from Dorothy, Cinderella, and Sabrina to Demi, Anne Gracie, and Iris Johansen.

Click thru to continue reading, and if you have time, post a comment!

Tags: reading