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Book Review: “The Christie Affair” by Nina de Gramont

Summary: In 1925, Miss Nan O’Dea infiltrated the wealthy, rarefied world of author Agatha Christie and her husband, Archie. In every way, she became a part of their life––first, both Christies. Then, just Archie. Soon, Nan became Archie’s mistress, luring him away from his devoted wife, desperate to marry him. Nan’s plot didn’t begin the… Continue reading Book Review: “The Christie Affair” by Nina de Gramont

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WWW Wednesday May 25, 2022

Hey everyone, just got back from vacation so I'm just regaining my equilibrium. No time for super-involved posts today so I decided to do another WWW Wednesday. What are you currently reading? As usual, I am reading 3 books at once ....Okay, more like 4, but let's keep this brief. No summary because it's pretty… Continue reading WWW Wednesday May 25, 2022

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My 7th Bloggiversary

I was checking my blog stats the other day when I saw a little message pop up informing me that it was my 7th Bloggiversary Now, as someone who still thinks 2019 was a couple of months ago, this came as a real shock. Have I really been blogging for almost 10 years? What can… Continue reading My 7th Bloggiversary

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WWW Wednesday- May 11, 2022

I've never done a WWW before so I thought I might give it a go. What are you currently reading? Dead Lake by Darcy Coates. Summary: Sam is excited to spend a week at her uncle's remote lake cabin. It's a chance for her to focus on her art without distractions: no neighbors, no phone,… Continue reading WWW Wednesday- May 11, 2022

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Thoughts on “A Natural History Dragons” by Marie Brennan (Spoiler-Free)

Summary: All the world, from Scirland to the farthest reaches of Eriga, know Isabella, Lady Trent, to be the world's preeminent dragon naturalist. She is the remarkable woman who brought the study of dragons out of the misty shadows of myth and misunderstanding into the clear light of modern science. But before she became the… Continue reading Thoughts on “A Natural History Dragons” by Marie Brennan (Spoiler-Free)

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BLOG UPDATE, Or The Author Changes Her Mind

In the year of our Lord 2022, I decided in March to start writing two blog posts a week; one on Tuesday and another on Thursday. Since then I've been relatively consistent about posting and have become more disciplined in the art of, you know, doing what I said I would do. However, I've decided… Continue reading BLOG UPDATE, Or The Author Changes Her Mind

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My TBR For 2022

I failed miserably by not uploading a blog post last week, but I resolve to make up for it with a small one until I'm able to crank out this monster I've been meditating on all weekend. Summary: Kell is one of the last Antari—magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons;… Continue reading My TBR For 2022

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I Stopped Caring About Fall Out Boy and All I Got Was This Stupid Post

In my middle-school and high school days, I was a huge fan of bands like Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco. Not only were the beats catchy and the lead singers ridiculously talented, the lyrics for the songs themselves were like puzzle-boxes to open. I spent an embarrassingly long time going over each… Continue reading I Stopped Caring About Fall Out Boy and All I Got Was This Stupid Post

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I Owe E-Reader Users An Apology

I have a confession to make. As someone who is vocal about my opposition to literary snobbery—making fun of adult YA readers, claiming only certain genres are "literary", etc—I must be honest. I am guilty of the same sort of pretentious douch-baggery that I so often criticize. For the longest time, I was incredibly snooty… Continue reading I Owe E-Reader Users An Apology