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Does age change the reading experience?

Have you ever reread a favorite book from your childhood? Well, I recently reread one of mine, C.S. Lewis’s Narnia novel, The Horse and His Boy, and I discovered something startling. Time has changed. No, I don’t mean times have changed … Continue reading

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Why reading is creative

I think everyone can agree that writing is a creative endeavor, but so, I think, is reading. That’s because the book only comes alive inside your brain. Does that sound weird? Consider this sentence from Before and After the Wedding, … Continue reading

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The problem of Discoverability isn’t that bad

There’s been a lot of talk out there about discoverability lately, i.e. readers wanting to find books they’d love, and authors wanting the same in reverse—that the people who’d love their books find and buy them. It reminds me of … Continue reading

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Choose-your-own-adventure erotica

I’ve been following the news of the about-to-be-released choose-your-own adventure erotic novel with interest. Will it work? Well, I for one am really curious! I have long been a fan of choose-your-own-adventure books. In fact, I’ve played a number of … Continue reading

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End of 2013

Well, 2013 is drawing to a close–I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! I’m on vacation, which is just bliss I must say. Lots of time to spend with hubby, board games, and writing of course. Looking back … Continue reading

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