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From the opening lines (above), Gwendolyn Kiste establishes the world for her story and shows us she understands. She understands small towns and incessant gossip, the self-righteous who claim they would never and then indulge to their heart’s content under the guise of sharing concerns or prayer requests. There’s always a way to justify maligning […]
Book Title: A Song of Wraiths and Ruin Author: Roseanne A. Brown Genre/Subgenre: Fantasy Theme: Coming of Age The Nitty Gritty: Potential star-crossed lovers could be doomed when their fates collide, and one’s survival depends on the death of the other. Ideal Audience: YA and fantasy readers Strengths: Brown builds her world and her characters […]
A roundup of some (hopefully) interesting thinks from around the web THE WOMEN WHO READ ‘BAD’ MALE AUTHORS ARE SICK OF YOUR STEREOTYPES “Much of the conversation around bad men hinges on constructing an imagined reader — as white, male and privileged as the author — that absorbs and re-enacts the sins of the book’s […]
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