Monthly Archives: December 2021

Ink and Paper Blog Posted This!

Thank you @TorDotComPub for @mariond_d ‘s new novel – out 3/22/22!! #gifted Magic!! Speakeasies! Magical Heists! Revenge! Sign me up!! Pre order now! — Russell🐶🐶🐶🐱🐱🏳️‍🌈 (@inkpaperblog) December 21, 2021 Russell, a book blogger on YouTube, posted this awesome photo! … Continue reading

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The Hugos: Three Big Wins for

My new publisher’s works took the Hugo for Best Novel, Best Novella and Best Novelette. To be fair, they kind of had to win Best Novella since every single nominated work was one of theirs. The winners for the categories … Continue reading

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The Broken Girls by Simone St. James

I bought The Broken Girls, by Simone St. James, at The Poet’s Corner bookshop in Duncan’s Mills. It’s a ghost story mystery with a girl’s boarding school, and in the midst of the hurly-burly of holiday prep, it seemed like … Continue reading

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Galley Copies!

Thursday evening someone rapped on the door and immediately rang the bell. This is the hallmark of UPS or FedEx these days. I was delighted to hear it because it meant the coffee beans were here, and we were nearly … Continue reading

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A Rant

Odd time of year for a rant–odd time in my life for a rant, actually. I really have little to rant about right now. Given the state of the world, things are good for me, and I’m grateful. In spite … Continue reading

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