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Freelance writing advice, book reviews, satirical history, biblio-geekery, literary criticism, social justice commentary, cats, and assorted silliness.
I am a graduate student in literature, a freelance writer, an unabashed feminist, and a personal assistant to two extremely spoiled cats.
I got a law degree once. It didn't take.
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Tag Archives: non-fiction
In reverse chronological order, roughly; not necessarily the order in which I endorse them. 1. BYE, MZUNGU! by Janice Ellen Lever. Lever’s memoir of her eighteen years running a kindergarten in Uganda is funny, adventurous, sweet, and absorbing all at … Continue reading
When Gabe Habash’s post “Reading 55 Books in 2011: What I Learned” went up on the Publisher’s Weekly blog at the end of last year, I bit my tongue. I realize that reading 55 books in one year – especially … Continue reading