Links: Tuesday, January 6th

Links: Tuesday, January 6th

January 6, 2015 Links 2

Today’s Links: Romance and Feminism – A post from romance author Emma Barry about how the genre of romance isn’t feminist itself, but reading it and discussing it can be a feminist act. What I’m saying is that romance makes… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, December 18th

Links: Thursday, December 18th

December 18, 2014 Links 5

Today’s Links: Why Female Authors Get Angry at Erasure – I’ve refrained from linking to the Konrath brouhaha because the man’s ego doesn’t need more attention, but this reaction from Beth Revis is worth reading for how it gets to… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, December 16th

Links: Tuesday, December 16th

December 16, 2014 Links 2

Today’s Links: Fixing the Problematic Legacy of Romance/Erotica: Polyamory is NOT Cheating – @fangirlJeanne talks about seeing a book review give a content warning for consensual non-monogamy and term it cheating. While I’ve been browsing through what other readers have… Read more »

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The Duke’s Wager by Edith Layton

The Duke’s Wager by Edith Layton

December 12, 2014 Historical, Reviews 3

Edith Layton’s family recently re-released this as an ebook, so I thought I’d post my review of the old Signet edition. Romance readers often talk about their “conversion kits” to refer to romances they’d recommend to their genre-critical friends and… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, December 11th

Links: Thursday, December 11th

December 11, 2014 Links 0

Today’s Links: Dear Book World: Stop Making Excuses For Your Race Problem – A needed call for editors and other decisionmakers to put up or shut up on diversifying their lineups. The time for talk has passed. I understand, from… Read more »

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