Tag Archives: Janet Rundquist

Once Upon a Time Again

I’ve got this new novel started. It has a pretty good opening scene (or at least the start of the opening scene), a few other decent scenes, a few other crappily written scenes, and an overall plot and theme dancing … Continue reading

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Saturday Summation – 14 April 2012

Here are some of my most interesting blog and news reads of the week: Some Reading Stuff  If you didn’t hear the news a couple of weeks ago, J.K. Rowling has a new book coming out – but this time … Continue reading

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Saturday Summation – 07 April 2012

Some of my most interesting blog and news reads of the week: General Stuff that Caught My Eye I tell my kids (my own and my students), that nothing is private online – even if their accounts are “locked” or … Continue reading

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Recent Reads and Recs: March 2012 Edition

Reviews that aren’t really reviews, but glimpses into some books I’ve read that might cross your path… and if they don’t, maybe some of them should: ADULT FICTION Wise Man’s Fear, by Patrick Rothfuss  I know of only 2 other … Continue reading

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Why I Look at Self e-Publishing as the End of the Line

Last August, I read an article in The Guardian stating that the decline of print books to ebooks was not near as high as the media (read: “Important Bloggers” and “Indignant Indie Authors”) indicated. That in fact, print book sales … Continue reading

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Writing and Fear

(AKA, The Most Uninteresting Title Ever. I blame the fear.) I came upon an interesting realization yesterday about my writing. I currently harbor a great deal of fear about it. Over the course of the last year or so, I’ve … Continue reading

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Recent Reads and Recs: February 2012 Edition

Reviews that aren’t really reviews, but glimpses into some books I’ve read that might cross your path… and if they don’t, maybe some of them should: ADULT FICTION The Double Comfort Safari Club, by Alexander McCall Smith  This novel is … Continue reading

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