Monthly Archives: September 2011

Movie: The Woman in the Fifth

The Woman in the Fifth stars Ethan Hawke (Before Sunset) and Kristin Scott Thomas (Ne le dis à personne, The English Patient). Tom is a writer and university lecturer in Paris to see his estranged wife and daughter. He is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unclaimed, by Courtney Milan

I read my first Courtney Milan novel after I had followed her on Twitter, winning a copy of Trial By Desire. That was probably one of the best investments ever made, as I’ve since purchased her other historical romances (Proof … Continue reading

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Article: Don’t Write What You Know

From The Atlantic, by Bret Johnston. (read the full article here) He writes: Instead of thinking of my experiences as structures I wanted to erect in fiction, I started conceiving of them as the scaffolding that would be torn down … Continue reading

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Welcome to Bandit Creek!

In the spring of 2011, a group of authors got together and created the town of Bandit Creek, Montana, nestled in the Rocky Mountains. Everything happens in Bandit Creek: we have paranormal romances, mysteries, historical, you name it. We cover … Continue reading

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Shakespeare & Company: La Meilleure Librairie

Oh how I love this bookshop. I sometimes wish I could own a bookshop like this, or have my apartment be filled with books so that it resembles the shop’s interior. There’s just something so cosy about the shop, with … Continue reading

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