Monthly Archives: January 2009

Menage-for you or not?

A very lively (and by that, I don’t mean vituperative) discussion on the excellent Jessewave’s blog over here where the merits – or not – of menage fiction is being pondered. http://reviewsbyjessewave.blogspot.com/2009/01/whats-deal-with-menages.html?ext-ref=comm-sub-email

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Today’s nonsense

Well, I think I found out what was wrong with Mere Mortals: I’ve had THREE false starts with this story and it was driving me mad. First I started in the wrong place from the wrong POV, then I had … Continue reading

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Dan’s last letter

  It’s so Dan. I’ll miss him.

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a love post

Things I love today: 1. The internet. I’m struggling to describe the house I have in mind for Mere Mortals (I think I’ll have to visit it, anyway, it’s in Peterborough) and I go and search on line and find… … Continue reading

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Red shirt alert!

No! Am watching Star Trek Phase II (Blood & Fire) (the gay nephew episode) and Kirk has just asked Peter if he wants to be part of the away team.   There’s so much wrong with this. 1. Peter’s wearing a … Continue reading

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Phantom of the Opera and other stuff

1, It’s impossible to watch it without seeing "Maskerade" by Pratchett. 2. To my poor ears, of the songs are dreadful, except when they emulate G&S, and then the lyrics suck. Cacophony doesn’t do it justice. 3. Where’s Granny & … Continue reading

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Someone to sit next to

Kiernan Kelly has written a really great article on "historical fiction writers:the remedial section."  Well, it’s not called that, it’s called "An Opinion from an M/M Historical Romance Writer Riding the Short Bus" but I didn’t know what a Short … Continue reading

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Frost Fair Review

A lovely review of Frost Fair by Book Utopia Mom, someone whose reviews I like and respect. …this is an engrossing character study, with solid writing and detail that should please any fan of the genre. She didn’t think too … Continue reading

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Interesting Links

1. Val Kovalin at Obsidianbookshelf.com has done a review of the "I DO!" anthology here.  Thanks, Val–I’m very glad you enjoyed it. "My overall impression here at Obsidianbookshelf.com: this is a seriously good anthology that belongs in the collection of … Continue reading

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Hate Placard…..FAIL!!!

Thanks to Pickled Cupid for the link

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