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Friday Wrap-Up: Top Five from the Tucson Festival of Books!

Hoo-boy, ready to jump right into the Tucson Festival of Books recap love-fest?? Here’s my top five. 1. Meeting authors and stuff, but also watching my great bloggy friends meet authors (and stuff)  Jessica at Quirky Bookworm got to drive … Continue reading

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Friday Wrap-Up: Best of February

*stretches out* I believe I’m back in the swing of things again. We’ll just consider the end of 2013 a bit lost for BookPairing, mmkay? February in numbers was a bit exciting, especially considering the shortened month. There were four … Continue reading

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Get Corned With Chuck Wendig’s Under the Empyrean Sky

Corn. Never has a grain been so hated and, perhaps, a bit feared. In Chuck Wendig’s Under the Empyrean Sky, he takes that fear to yet another level in his dystopic world where the rich sit idling above the poor … Continue reading

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Friday Wrap-Up: Best of April

It comes in waves doesn’t? While April wasn’t a bad month per se (it was actually a great one for spring sunshine), there wasn’t too much reading going on, especially at the beginning of it. Compare that to the vibrancy … Continue reading

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Friday Wrap-Up: Catch-Up

It’s been a while since I’ve had a proper Friday Wrap-Up post, resting instead with end of the year lists and resolutions euphoria. But let’s get back to basics and talk about what we’re reading right now. Not last year. … Continue reading

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Writing Advice for People Who Actually Want to Be Writers

The faint of heart need not venture any further into this post. What looks like an innocent review of books about writing advice, well, is that at least on one front, but we’ll also be looking at the “so profane … Continue reading

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