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Browsing the Shelves

Advertisements This has been a slow couple of days for me in terms of creativity. We didn’t go anywhere for Thanksgiving and dinner was pretty much an open the box or bag and dump it in kind of meal. I wasn’t really feeling the inspiration....

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Author Interview & Book Review: Dead Reckoning

Advertisements About a month ago I received an email from the awesome people at Bloomsbury with a list of YA titles for review. I got very excited when I saw Mercedes Lackey’s name on the list. I have been reading her books for over 20...

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Supernaturally Rocks

Advertisements http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?lt1=_blank&bc1=000000&IS2=1&bg1=FFFFFF&fc1=000000&lc1=0000FF&t=notquitsupe-20&o=1&p=8&l=as4&m=amazon&f=ifr&ref=ss_til&asins=0061985864 Being normal is so overrated. As Evie, is beginning to learn, real high school is nothing like a high school tv drama. There are things like homework, PE, and oh, yeah, those lockers. Yes, those coveted lockers from the first book. Not to...

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Reader Roundup

G is for Gender Bender

Advertisements Be prepared, Shakespeare is about to show his ugly mug once again. Anyway, back in Shakespeare’s time there were little or no female actors. It just wasn’t acceptable. This does not mean that there were no female parts, as we well know. Most of...

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Christmas in April

Advertisements Well looks like I have already failed the challenge. Why did I think Saturdays didn’t count either? Does it count that I caught this fact early in the game? Anyway, I got home from work today to find a nice little padded envelope from...

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Gatekeepers Post

Advertisements Sometimes being superhuman means knowing when something big is happening. That is why I am excited to tell you about a brand new website coming for the book and publishing community. Check out below the press release for The Gatekeepers Post coming February 1st!...

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