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I’m late, late, late to reading this, but I just finished Stephen King’s JOYLAND.  I guess I’m on a bit of a horror kick lately after Josh Malerman’s BIRD BOX, and honestly, I’m on the lookout for something equally as … Continue reading

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As a librarian, I’m often asked for book recommendations. Sometimes, the answer is simple, especially if I read what the patron is asking for. Other times, I may have to consult with someone else in the library, especially if it’s … Continue reading

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      We don’t say thank you often enough, and we should. I don’t know a struggling writer who hasn’t been pulled up out of the depths by a critique partner, spouse or good friend at some point or … Continue reading

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Stephen King says he reads everywhere—-waiting in line, at the dinner table, walking. I must say, there is a man who walks around my small town reading.  I don’t know how he does it, and I certainly wonder if it’s … Continue reading

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Grab me. Capture me. Kidnap me. Do this is the first few pages, and I’ll follow you to the end, no matter what.     Confuse me. Bore me. Anger me.  Do this, and I won’t be as compliant.   … Continue reading

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