Tough to Tackle Reads: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë

Tough to Tackle Reads: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë

I want to start this post with an apology. I try to do my Tough to Tackle Reads segment quarterly and I fell extremely behind with this one. Basically, it came down to bad time management. That said, I’ll get […]

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A Return to Character Likeability

A Return to Character Likeability

Way back in June I wrote a post about character likeability. Then, my main point was that I don’t need to like a character, but I need to be compelled by them. The post as a whole makes sense and […]

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The Bone Doll’s Twin by Lynn Flewelling: Anxiety Ink Book Club

I have to start by saying sorry. Sorry for picking a long book and sorry for picking a series. At least it’s an excellent read and it’s book one. That said, I stand by my selection because I had a blast […]

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Women Writing Events: a Reaction

Women Writing Events: a Reaction

Okay, so, you’ve heard all about my undying love for Sirens. While I love Sirens, I’m finding more and more issues with women writing events. This last week, I went to a local writing festival’s women writing event. The event […]

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Tough to Tackle Reads: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Tough to Tackle Reads: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Yep, I’m starting my Tough to Tackle Reads segment with a bang! In May I decided it was finally time to tackle this behemoth, and my first, visceral response is: I LOVE THIS BOOK. Like, 10 out of 5 stars […]

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Do Girly Books Exist? I Don’t Think So

Do Girly Books Exist? I Don’t Think So

Warning, I may go into slight rant mode with this post because a pet peeve has been piqued. A few weeks ago, my Teenreads newsletter hit my inbox. While I no longer qualify as a teen, teen book blogs cover YA […]

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