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Not exactly disappointments

In this post: Thoughts on My Reckless Surrender by Anna Campbell [jump to A], and on Fair Play by Tove Jansson [jump to B]—two books I very much expected I would like—hell, I wanted to like them—but, well, just couldn’t. [A] • I like Anna Campbell, I really do. She was one of my great […]

Stuff I’ve Been Reading While I Disappeared from the Glittery World of the Intarwebz

It’s definitely an improvement: I’m guilty about abandoning this blog for fewer hours in a day. The usual excuses: Work’s been crazier than ever, I like sleeping, I like reading, I am lazy, blah and blah. Still, though, I owe it to my O.C. tendencies to kick-start this blog with a moratorium of the books […]

marginalia || Captive of Sin, by Anna Campbell

I won Captive of Sin by Anna Campbell from an Avon Books Twitter giveaway, so yay. Anyhoo, I only got around to reading it yesterday, and it was amazing. Amazing. One of the criteria I have on whether a book’s wunnerful or not is if it made me cry. (Which, people who know me would […]