Posts Tagged: Feminism

Happy First Day of Hockey!

Happy First Day of Hockey!

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With the puck about to drop to start the 2014-15 NHL season, I thought I’d put together some links to celebrate and/or recruit. (#pleaselikemysport) I’ve included links to features I think fans and curious non-fans could both enjoy and focused… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, October 7th

Links: Tuesday, October 7th

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Today’s Links: Adobe is Spying on Users, Collecting Data on Their eBook Libraries – If you’re using the most recent version of Adobe Digital Editions – ADE4 – you should read this post about how it’s collecting your data. Adobe… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, October 4th

Links: Saturday, October 4th

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Today’s Links: Ethical Conflict: When My Principles Collide – SonomaLass talks about the problems many of us have with GoFundMe (especially how they’ve profited off the murders of black men and boys by hosting defense fund campaigns for their killers)… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, September 30th

Links: Tuesday, September 30th

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Today’s Links: Tuesday Talk-Time- Romance Sans Frontières – Shoma Narayanan talks about writing and reading romance as an Indian woman. So – romance in different cultures. It’s something I’ve thought about a lot in the last three years, ever since… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, September 27th

Links: Saturday, September 27th

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Today’s Links: Ellora’s Cave Sues Dear Author Book Blog for Defamation – If you’re not on Twitter, you might have missed this little gem. Here’s something crazy. Romance publisher Ellora’s Cave has been having financial issues for the past year… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, September 25th

Links: Thursday, September 25th

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Today’s Links: “everyone was doing it then so nobody thought it was wrong” – MedievalPOC goes in on “that’s just how it was” and how that’s used to excuse the way things are today. What we have here is a… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, September 23rd

Links: Tuesday, September 23rd

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Today’s Links: Love and Sex in the Dark Future by Angelia Sparrow – Sparrow has a quick post here talking about love, sex and romantic relationships in dystopian worlds. Romance is all about transformation though the power of love. But… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, September 18th

Links: Thursday, September 18th

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Today’s Links: Brave New (Marketing and Promotion) World – Evangeline Holland talks about some of the ways she sees the romance community as having become much more about promo than discussion. A lot of what she writes about is why… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, September 11th

Links: Thursday, September 11th

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Today’s Links: Romance Writers Told This Type of Hero Would Never Sell. These Authors Showed How Hot They Could Be. – I wish very much that mainstream coverage of romance could move beyond sneering derision or uncritical puff pieces. I… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, September 9th

Links: Tuesday, September 9th

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Today’s Links: The ahistorical historical: we’re all id reading now – Sunita got her ranty pants on over historical details and her conclusions about id-reading really resonated with me. Everything in books lately seems to be there to deliver a… Read more »

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