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Mood Killers: Four Book-Throwing Offenses (and How to Avoid Them)

You kno w what I’m talking about. We’ve all been there. You’re immersed, in the zone, and totally engaged. You can feel the damp stone, taste the stale air, hear the “drums, drums in the deep”... When...
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Meg Waite Clayton: Caroline Leavitt Throws Stones at Her Own Characters: An Interview

Entertainment / Books : Huffington Post: Books Blog (last year)

"I love books and movies that grab you from the get-go, and I always believe that a book is a question that demands an answer, so I like starting that way. But my writing always starts with a question that haunts me -- How do we kno... Read Post

Book Notes - Greg Olear ("Totally Killer")

Music / Indie Music : largehearted boy (5 years ago)

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Greg Olear's novel Totally Killer is a comic thriller that immerses the reader in the early '90s,... Read Post

Peugeot 308 SW :: week with Review

Vehicles / Cars : Car Advice (4 days ago)

Total immersion, says my father, is the best way to learn anything. Remove any connection to your comfort zone and throw yourself into the deep end – you’ll be a natural in no time. I was questioning the validity and practicality of... Read Post


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