Category Archives: Book Reviews

Bob’s Your Uncle! An interview with UK author RM Walker. By Ripley Proserpina

Have you ever read a book where the character pops off the page, stands next to you and whispers in your ear? Where you completely forget the character is actually a character, and not alive? RM Walker, a new author … Continue reading

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In Which I Ponder Why Jo March Didn’t Choose Laurie. By Ripley Proserpina

In my last week’s blog post, I talked a little bit about reverse harem, and the idea of the female lead character not having to choose between love interests. Thinking more about this, I realized there are a lot of … Continue reading

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3 Fun Things Now and Coming Up

Things are happening at light speed, and I’m working to keep up. While I prepare for the conference in New Hampshire, there are three fun things happening now or coming up. I was interviewed by Uncaged Book Reviews magazine for … Continue reading

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Reviews: To Write or Not to Write

Do you write book reviews? I ask this of both authors and readers and wonder how different the responses will be. As a rule, I don’t write reviews unless I am simply blown away by a book and want to … Continue reading

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