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The Trump Russia scandal is the plot of Kushiel’s Dart

People keep saying if story of Russia’s meddling and Trump’s collusion with the 2016 election were the plot of a novel, it would be rejected by publishers for being too unbelievable. Well, maybe, but if we’re already suspending our disbelief … Continue reading

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ORSP: The Basement

It’s been a while since I’ve done ORSP…Operation: Read Self-Pubs (I almost forgot what it stood for too). Mainly because I’ve been packing. And while packing, I found a crap load of books in my house that I’ve been meaning … Continue reading

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ORSP: Micka and Me

So  continuing my effort to read and review self-published books, this month I read Micka and Me:Gyrus by Deborah C. Foulkes. At least, I tried to. I got about halfway through before I decided no more. Yes, my goal was to … Continue reading

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You can milk anything with nipples

Real life and bad writing got in the way of my monthly goal of reading and reviewing self-published work, so this month I only got to do a short story. I started two novels, but couldn’t get into them. And … Continue reading

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Review: Shattered by Sandra Madera

 Shattered by Sandra Madera. (I feel like I’m writing a book report.) I know we’re not supposed to judge a book by it’s cover, but I love the cover. To me, it says “I’m self-published, and I try hard.” I … Continue reading

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