A Bibliophilic Tragedy

So I took a jaunt up to WeHo the other day for a change of writing venue. You see, I’m a bit of a library whore (no, not that kind, the kind who visits libraries as one of her top sightseeing stops when in a new city). I was looking for a new spot to spur on the novel’s muse.

Here’s what I found:

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Ah, the Rich Rewards of a Well-Read Society

According to a little bit of info on my Facebook homepage:

Top Books in the Los Angeles, CA network. Harry Potter The Bible Catcher in the Rye 1984 The Great Gatsby Da Vinci Code Angels and Demons To Kill a Mockingbird The Alchemist

To recap: there’s a novel written for children, a religious text, books one is forced to …

The Fiction Issue is Here! The Fiction Issue is Here!

Ahoy, writerly folks. It’s that time of year again: Time to support your species and purchase the fine, fine fiction issue published annually by the Atlantic Monthly. Don’t be halted by the nagging awareness that The Atlantic may not ever publish your work unless you change your name to Updike. Instead, think rosy thoughts like this one: While the fiction ship sinks in these times …