Monthly Archives:: April 2014

Links: Saturday, April 19th

Links: Saturday, April 19th

April 19, 2014 Links 3

Free Speech Dear columnists, romance fiction is not your bitch – Kat Mayo is sick of all the facile dismissal of romance and tells writers that their lack of due diligence is on notice. To the surprise of no one except those who prefer not to perform a basic Google… Read more »

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A Girl From Flint by Treasure Hernandez

A Girl From Flint by Treasure Hernandez

April 18, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

A Girl From Flint was fascinating in all the wrong ways but ultimately a completely satisfying read. I don’t understand Urban Books. While they’re shelved in the romance section most of the ones I’ve read have very few romantic elements. As Ridley said on Twitter “EVERY BOOK YOU LIKE WITH… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, April 17

Links: Thursday, April 17

April 17, 2014 Links 2

Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania’s diverse student body Gorgeous and Gritty: The Appeal of Gritty Romance in Skye Warren’s Wanderlust – This post by Cara McKenna is why I hate the term “gritty romance.” This book sounds like a fucking ode to rape culture. If that’s “gritty romance,” what am… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, April 15th

Links: Tuesday, April 15th

April 15, 2014 Links 1

Definition of adding insult to injury… Can we talk about black women in stock photos? – Courtney Milan searches stock photo sites for women in wedding dresses that she can run through Photoshop for her book covers. When she went looking for a picture of a black woman, the results… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, April 12th

Links: Saturday, April 12th

April 12, 2014 Links 12

It’s right behind me, isn’t it? J is for Eloisa James – Olivia Waite discusses The Duke is Mine by Eloisa James and the book sounds awful. It sounds as bad as the one James novel I read that combined ableism, racism, colonialism, a stereotypical gay man and a lying,… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, April 10th

Links: Thursday, April 10th

April 10, 2014 Links 2

Ducks: A sketch comic about working at Fort McMurray Why The Romance Genre Is Interesting, Relevant and Important – even if you think it’s bad – Jodi McAlister pens an excellent defense of the genre without stressing sales numbers. “By women, for women” notwithstanding, it’s an enthusiastic argument for romance… Read more »

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