Recommended Reading List: November, 2014

Finished the Linda Fairstein binge. I am now caught up. Yay! The last time I did this was with Lee Child. Before that, Michael Connelly—but that was in the days before Kindle, so I had to haunt used bookstores and read out of order. (Did that with Ian Rankin as well. Hmmm, mysteries and binge reading—must be something I do.) I had a lot of […]

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The Business Rusch: Ghosts of Writers Future

Earlier this week, I sat down with the pile of estate planning books I’d bought to prepare for this series of blog posts I’ll be doing on estate planning for writers. My plan is this: I’ll blog about this topic about once a month as I research it and as I determine how to improve the wills that Dean and I already have. I wrote […]

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Recommended Reading List: May, 2012

I read a lot of short fiction in May. I didn’t finish a lot of books. I dipped in and out of anthologies, collections, magazines, and individual short Kindle titles. I was exhausted, a lot happened this month, and I couldn’t sustain concentration long enough to finish many novels. In fact, I often forgot I was reading something until I opened my Kindle or my […]

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The Business Rusch: The “Brutal” 2000-Word Day

The Business Rusch: The “Brutal” 2000-Word Day Kristine Kathryn Rusch I know, I know. I didn’t do a long blog last week because of the hack-attack, now fixed, and I heard from a lot of you wondering what the “missing” post would have been about. Many of you speculated that I would take on Simon Lipskar’s ridiculous letter from the Association of Authors Representatives to […]

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Recommended Reading List: July 2011

I am late on the Recommended Reading. For those of you who’ve been waiting for it, sorry! My life has been beyond hectic since mid-August.  The RRL takes time to put up, with all the links, and I don’t have a regularly scheduled day, so I keep putting it off. I should really have an RRL day. I’ll think about that…tomorrow. 🙂  Here’s July’s! Enjoy. […]

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Recommended Reading List, June, 2010

June was the longest short month in existence. Each day felt like it was two days long.  I have no idea why. We traveled in June.  Dean taught. I did a lot of work. And I read.  And read. And read.  So it was a good month. In fact, it was a spectacular month, considering how much of what I read I enjoyed.  This is […]

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