Monthly Archives: October 2011

As An Editor

Last night, I finally finished my work on the three book manuscript I was hired to edit last November. Total manuscript length was 887 pages and well over 200,000 words. That’s nearly 11 months of laboriously pouring   over all … Continue reading

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The Invention of Hugo Cabret – Brian Selznick

Rating: 4 stars Shelf:  Reading Now  Absolutely incredible. A mixture of mediums/genres – YA lit, graphic novel and historical fiction – Brian Selznick weaves a wonderful tale using everything he has at his disposal. The result is a fast paced novel … Continue reading

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Scott Westerfeld Answered Me – and Why Twitter Brings People Closer Together

I’m a bit behind writing this post and I’m going to blame all the travel. Indiana (ugh) followed closely by Texas (awesome). While I was bored out of my mind in Indiana and sad because my rental car had been … Continue reading

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Bossypants – Tina Fey

Rating: 3 stars Shelf: Reading Now  I can’t believe I read ANOTHER celebrity bio this year. I think my brain is turning to mush. Anyway – this was okay. I had high expectations going into this and I don’t think they … Continue reading

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Feast for Crows – George R. R. Martin

Rating: 3 stars Shelf: Reading Now  Very, very slow going and not the best out of the series. Still – it’s George R.R. and it’s Song of Ice and Fire and I read the whole thing. Luckily it picked up at … Continue reading

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