Category Archives: chicklit

Friday Fragment: Unsympathetic

I’m listening to Melanie Gideon’s Wife 22 right now. I’m about half-way through, and I think I hate it. At least, I think I hate the protagonist-narrator, Alice Buckle, who like me is a long-married woman about to turn 45. … Continue reading

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Friday Fragments: TBR Trouble and Happy Reading

Well That Was Exciting! So thanks to my last post, we had a couple of days where the blog was waaaaay busier than usual. Sunita has a round-up of this and other “mansplaining” incidents of the week. About that. In my … Continue reading

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E-Love Fairy Dust

More happy reading experiences, this time featuring electronic communication. There are lots of debates around Romanceland about the importance of accuracy in historical romance, but far fewer that are obviously about “temporal” accuracy in contemporary romance. If you pay attention, … Continue reading

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