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- DARK CHEMISTRY: "Romance, suspense, action, chemistry." "A page-turner." "Plot based on all-too-possible, scary science."
She doesn’t know what’s worse. Her dog problems? Or her man problems…
- LOOSE DOGS: "An ordinary girl who turns into a hero and finds love." "A wonderful novel, full of comedy without overlooking life's sadness and cruelty."
Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
- CAN JOB: "A cleverly-written, plot-driven tale." "Wonderful, funny workplace comedy and satire of corporate culture." "An entertaining book with the flavor of 'The Office.'"
First she saw the faeries. Then the Internet found out.
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Category Archives: Book Reviews
Via a comment on Ann Althouse’s blog, I skipped over today to this review in the London Times of an essay titled Comment parler des livres que l’on n’a pas lus (â€œHow to discuss books that one hasnâ€™t readâ€), which … Continue reading
What I’ve been doing instead of blogging :-) (besides working of course! my day job has been pumping writing assignments to me like an out-of-control gadget in an I Love Lucy bit) is reading. One book I’ve just about finished … Continue reading
Catching up on some things, here: I finished The Birth of Venus by Sarah Dunant several weeks ago and before I mess with the code to remove its image from my sidebar I may as well blog about it, eh? … Continue reading
It isn’t easy to find, but if you check out the Participation Guidelines that Amazon publishes on the Community section of the site, there’s a clause that suggests sock puppetry is a no-no. It’s under Prohibited Content or Activities, which … Continue reading
John Scalzi has some advice. It falls along the lines of the whole Biblical eye-plucking idea. Nothing about whether it’s a good idea, if your sock puppetry has been outed, to threaten to sue bloggers who blogged about it, though. … Continue reading
Writer Alex Kuczynski’s been outed for . . . not sock puppetry exactly. Because she’d revealed on her Amazon profile that she masquerades as one “Walter” — a Walter who’s written glowing reviews of Kuczynski’s books: Update: Uhhh, we guess … Continue reading
Vanity search on technorati and found some bloggers who have mentioned Outwitting Dogs or have even said nice things about it. Thanks, you guys! [tags] dog training [/tags]
Story in the Guardian. My favorite line: “Yes, but … what about the children?” [tags] children’s books [/tags]
On Bibliobuffet, Henry Carrigan has a review of Darlene Harbour Unrue’s 2005 biography of Porter, The Life of an Artist. Here’s the review. Carrigan calls the book “masterful.” I’m in. [tags] book review, literary biography [/tags]