Monthly Archives: September 2009

How Would Readers Respond, Real Life

My co-worker and I, I’ll call her Schmegan, (no I won’t, that’s just ridiculous) are doing our usual thing- yelling through our cube walls to carry on a completely inane conversation. Today’s was about a romance novel that she’s reading. … Continue reading

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Ypulse Guest Blog Post on Wintergirls

Yesterday’s Ypulse post, The Advantage to Penguin’s ‘Point of View’, (which is really excellent!) reminded me that I’ve yet to post the review that I wrote for them defending Laurie Halse Anderson’s Wintergirls ages ago on here. (Ypulse is a … Continue reading

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To Jump on the Bandwagon and To Never Forget

It was 12th grade AP English. I can’t remember if that was 1st or 2nd period. But it was early. And we had a fire drill. What strikes me most about that day is the moments directly before our lives … Continue reading

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That Writing Itch

I’ve been feeling the overwhelming need to write all of a sudden. I’m not sure if it has anything to do with Wonder Boys, or if it’s just the fact that – it’s been so fucking long since I’ve written … Continue reading

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Wonder Boys – Michael Chabon

Rating: 3 stars Shelf: Now Reading Firstly, I realize I completely skipped over reviewing The Mysterious Benedict Society. Don’t worry, my trusty followers, (You know, those of you that I forced to follow me…) I’ll have the review up soon. … Continue reading

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