A Deal and A Confession

A Deal and A Confession

September 16, 2013 Opinion 5

The Deal: Kobo is having an awesome sale through the end of the month. Using the coupon code “sept50” gets you 50% off, and you can use it multiple times. The Confession: I totally planned to run a post today… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, September 14th

Links: Saturday, September 14th

September 14, 2013 Links 1

Artist Collaborates with her 4-Year-Old Daughter to Create Amazing Illustrations Tumblr explains the Macklemore hate – This doesn’t have much to do with anything here, but it was too good not to share. we’re not mad at macklemore. or— well,… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, September 12th

Links: Thursday, September 12th

September 12, 2013 Links 4

Disabled People Are Sexy – Truth in advertising. Communities: You Got Your Industry in my Fanwork – While this post is talking about SFF and television fandoms, I found much of it relevant to Romancelandia’s struggle with reader-author interaction. Over… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, September 10th

Links: Tuesday, September 10th

September 10, 2013 Links 2

History according to Tumblr. Romance Debate part one – why Anachronist doesn’t like the genre – I do like romance, obviously, and I can’t really argue with these points. After writing several nasty reviews of romantic fiction (because nothing makes… Read more »

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Links: Friday, September 6th

Links: Friday, September 6th

September 6, 2013 Links 3

A fairy tale love story in 10 panels. Villainesses in Romance: The Rival, the Evil Vagina, the Bad Mutha, and More! – AnimeJune breaks down your friendly neighborhood villainesses. Female villains in romance novels come in a class of their… Read more »

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An Open Letter to Harlequin

An Open Letter to Harlequin

September 5, 2013 Opinion 42

Dear Harlequin, We need to talk. I’m a big, big fan of yours. Since 2009, I’ve read over 150 of your books. Because disability restricts my ability to read paper books, I’d guess that 90% of those were ebooks that… Read more »

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