I have many bookish pet peeves, but let's add to the list: stories where no one dies. WHY?! Join the discussion!
Missed last week's discussion on liking the main character? No worries! Here's the highlights and a sneak peek of this week's topic!
Missed last week's topic on crying while reading books? No worries! Here's the highlights and a sneak peek of this week's topic!
I don't cry often in general, much less cried over a book. Yet, I know one in particular that did evoke such a response. Now... if I could only remember why. Have any books ever made you cry? Do you remember why?
Thank you Annmarie for nominating me for The Unique Blogger Award! Read more about a cliche I do like and what I'm looking forward to this year!
Writers understand a wide variety of people and their emotions. Is that because they're more empathetic than non-writers? Join the discussion!
There was some controversy about stereotypes being portrayed in a book this week. Let's discus stereotypes in fiction and how best to tackle them.
Missed the discussion last week about 'weak' vs weakly-written characters? No worries! Here's the highlights and a preview of next week's discussion!
There is a huge difference between weak characters and weakly-written characters. While many readers may not think about this, I know writers do. Read more and tell me your thoughts on this topic!
Did you miss last week's discussion about 'strong' female characters? No worries! Here's the highlights and a preview of this week's discussion!