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Dog POV and the Brontes — a mashup this month

* Will the e-reader make a comeback? I didn’t know it was gone… * This looks like fun — NYC from a dog’s POV. * The real person behind the pen name. * People buying books, reading them, then returning them for a full refund. I don’t know. Seems like […]

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Apologies for so few links…

I have been called out of town for most of March, helping family members. I hope to get back in the swing of things in April — * The greatest romance in sci-fi. A good list. * A fascinating time-sink. A way to see the locations in literature. * Some […]

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February links

I haven’t much time this month to harvest links, but here are a few that caught my eye.   * Do we really need a reader’s manifesto? * Selling books, one at a time. Not sure it’ll catch on here. * Writers are lazy? Foolish children. * I, for one, […]

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Swoons, addictions, and more …

* A good article about pricing and victims (authors). * A list of “swoon-worthy” romances. I’m not sure. This might be too much swoon in one place. * Interesting how an audible experience differs from a reading experience. * Yes, all sad but true. I’ve heard most of ’em. * […]

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A mixed bag o’ links

I’m not sure why, but I stumbled across an eclectic mix this month … * An interesting historical perspective for a war that had no photographs * For those who are looking for images (of all kinds, and all free) * What were they thinking, letting the 50 Shades author […]

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