Kristine Kathryn Rusch

The Business Rusch: Unintended Consequences

I am completely overwhelmed. Not because I just finished teaching a week-long workshop. Not because one of my novels decided to become triplets. Not because it’s about to become November. Because I have too much to read. Seriously. I preorder a lot of books, and pick up the rest from my favorite local bookseller. One […]

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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 […]

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The Business Rusch: Odds, Ends, and More Slush Pile Truths

The Business Rusch: Odds, Ends, and More Slush Pile Truths Kristine Kathryn Rusch It’s amazing how much can change in a week. Since I wrote “Common Sense & The Writer” in an Idaho hotel room last Monday, this (and more!) has happened in the field: Indie e-book bestseller John Locke made a “distribution” deal with […]

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