Tag Archive: writer

Jun 25

Book Review: I Capture the Castle

I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith I didn’t realize until I was halfway done with this book that the author also wrote 101 Dalmatians, which I read as a child. It was mentioned in The Billfold, a blog about personal finance, which has a recurring spot where they discuss the finance of children’s literature. …

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Jul 04

Book Review: Geek Feminist Revolution

The Geek Feminist Revolution by Kameron Hurley This is not the sort of book I generally read–collections of political essays–but I picked it up on a whim while waiting in line at the bookstore and got hooked from a random essay in the middle. It was one of those “right place, right time” kind of …

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Mar 21

New Cover for Alternate Susan

Alternate (Susan) Cover I just got a new cover for Alternate Susan, and I’m working with the artist to do a new cover for Mulberry Wands. It’s not that I don’t like my old covers, it’s just that they don’t market as well as I’d like for urban fantasy. I was lucky enough to find …

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Sep 03

Book Review: House of Cards

House of Cards: The True Story of How a 26-Year-Old Fundamentalist Virgin Learned about Life, Love, and Sex by Writing Greeting Cards by David Ellis Dickerson I met the author of this book, and as he says, he’s $5000 funnier in person. It’s not that the book isn’t funny (it is) it’s just unlike the …

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Aug 02

Book Review: Emotimancers and the Impending Feline Overmind

Emotimancers and the Impending Feline Overmind┬áby Beth Pratt I was really surprised when I found out that the author of the quirky outsider comic “Barely Representational” had written a novel. It came out on kindle about a week ago. The story starts at Bradford and Chadwick, a major publishing house dedicated to publishing emotion spells. …

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