Monthly Archives: December 2018

Take Your Time

Before movies and television descended upon us, the pace of life was slower. People were content to read in the evening, because there wasn’t much else to do. The fiction that flourished in those bygone days would be almost unimaginable … Continue reading

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They’re Here!

Christmas came a week early this year. Today, on the porch, I found a tidy little carton from Amazon containing the first-ever print copies of my epic adventure. Okay, you can see the cover images in the banner up there … Continue reading

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The Reader as Collaborator

Recent research in neurophysiology makes it pretty clear that when we walk into a room or walk down the street, we don’t simply see the real world, though of course we think we do. Rather, our brain constructs our perception … Continue reading

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Teasers

The Mortal Word is the fifth book in Genevieve Cogman’s Invisible Library series. I’ll cheerfully admit I’m hooked on them. The stories are overwrought and a bit cheesy, but they’re good fun. I waited eagerly for The Mortal Word, and … Continue reading

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Wrap-Up

The fat lady is warming up just offstage. Barring unforeseen glitches that need fixing, the Leafstone saga (or quartet, or series, or epic — pick your noun) is now complete. Tonight I uploaded the final files for the paperback editions … Continue reading

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