Recommended Reading List: December, 2016

Found lots of great reading in December. Here’s what I really loved.

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Recommended Reading List: May, 2013

Read a fun middle-grade novel this month, and realized that while I had loved, loved, loved the first book in the series, the second disappointed—not because it was worse than the first. It might have been better. It disappointed because half the fun of the first (from an adult perspective) was the riff the novel was doing on a series of classic novels, and now […]

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Recommended Reading List: December, 2012

December’s been another good reading month. I’ve managed to read a lot despite being very busy. Some of what I read was for research, and I have to say that when you have the word “avengers” in your title, you’re duty-bound to write a really good book. I think that book, which is not named below, wins the dullest book I read in 2012 award. […]

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Recommended Reading List: October, 2012

Surprisingly to me, since October was a busy month, I got a lot of reading done. Most of the novels weren’t memorable, but the shorter works—from articles to short stories—were. Here’s what I can recommend from my reading this past month.  October, 2012 Baxter, John, The Most Beautiful Walk in The World: A Pedestrian in Paris, Harper Perennial, 2011.  Nothing beats browsing in a bookstore […]

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Recommended Reading List: April 2011

As usual, I’m late posting this. I wanted to get it on the site in May.  Ooops.  Maybe I’ll get May’s up in June.  Maybe. 🙂  Here’s what I wrote about April: In April, I binged on romance novels featuring celebrity heroes or heroines (not celebrity romances, which are romances written by celebrities).  I don’t know why I binged, but I was reading those books […]

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The Business Rusch: International Travel Tips Part Two

The Business Rusch: International Travel Tips Part Two Kristine Kathryn Rusch Great discussions after last week’s post on International Travel Tips.  Read the comments section.    I learned things. I’m sure you will too. I’m going to touch on a few things that people said in the comments section, but I’m not going to reiterate it for you. There’s just too much good stuff.  Take […]

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The Business Rusch: Small World

The Business Rusch: Small World Kristine Kathryn Rusch Yes, I’m finally home.  I got home late Tuesday night and I’ve spent the day doing laundry, staring at my piled-up e-mail, and petting cats.  This column will not be that complex because I thought I’d have a day between getting home and writing the column.  Ah, the airlines changed that plan and left me with a […]

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A collection, a short novel, and two short stories

Here are the stories that have gone live this week.  There will be more in the coming weeks. As I mentioned before, it takes a while for some of the books to hit sources other than Smashwords and Kindle.  Just this week, the ebooks those places published months ago have now arrived at Barnes And Noble’s website.  So if you have a Nook, you can […]

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