Posts tagged with: Reading
By Kate.Davies On Feb 27 2013, 8:23 am
I’ve been on a re-reading binge lately. My TBR pile is ever-increasing – seriously, if it wasn’t 90% digital, I’d be worried about ending up on an episode of Hoarders – but still, when I reach for a book these days, invariably it’s one I’ve read and loved before.
My husband doesn’t understand this phenomenon. Why do I need to keep books I’ve already read? Once I’ve finished them, what’s the point? Even though he’ll sit down and watch the same movie over and over, a book doesn’t fit the same category for him. Once he’s read it, that book is done for him.
By Frazer Lee On Jan 7 2013, 8:12 am
Another New Year. Two burning questions. Will it be scary? Will it be good? Ain’t it always the way? You know, the old year ends and a brand, spanking new one picks up right where the previous year left off. You barely have enough time to catch your breath let alone recycle that festive tree [...]
By Kristopher Rufty On Nov 27 2012, 9:41 am
This weekend I was immersed in some serious writing to make sure I hit a deadline on time. As I sat at my laptop, fingers clicking away on the smudge-printed keys, I was suddenly swept back to when I began writing my first novel, Angel Board. That was over four years ago, closer to five. [...]
By Cathryn Cade On Nov 3 2012, 9:00 am
Hello from The Big Sky of Montana, where we’re experiencing one of the dryest autumn’s on record. It has rained less than an inch here in Helena, the capital, since last spring. Weird, huh? Especially when much of our country has been experiencing violent rains, flooding and even Hurricane Sandy. My heart goes out to those who’ve [...]
By Tracey.Lyons On Oct 24 2012, 9:00 am
I was driving to meet one of my writer friend’s for lunch the other day and came upon, not one, but three roadside signs advertising holiday events. One even said come meet Santa! The last time I looked at my calendar, which would have been, today—I saw that it’s only nearing the end of October. [...]
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