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Author Archives: Tracey Neithercott
So I’ve been on a bit of a fantasy kick, which has nothing to do with working like crazy and wanting an escape from real life. Almost nothing. Anyway, I assume your to-be-read list is like mine—tall and mocking. … Continue reading
KALI BY GABOR SOMOSKOI FEATURING ZSOFI FENYVESI When you get to be a certain-aged adult (which is basically anything over 25), you get this idea in your head that you’re the you you’re always going to be. It’s the idea … Continue reading
In the before days (several months ago), I had a very specific and painful process for cutting words, sentences, scenes, and chapters from my books: 1. Procure chainsaw. 2. Slice off limbs. It wasn’t the kind of approach to cutting … Continue reading
Listen, I know Currently posts are supposed to go up on Tuesdays but I’m a hard-core rebel and nobody, not even the internet, tells me what to do.* When you finish rolling your eyes, read on: LOVING The flowers are … Continue reading
I’ve been slacking on my book reviews. I do have a reason, though: I’ve been lazy. (I said nothing about that reason being a particularly good one.) But I want to be better, like those on-the-ball women who … Continue reading
LOVING It’s official: I am addicted to sheet masks. This has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that wearing one makes my husband scream like a girl, douse me in holy water, and chant, “The power of Christ compels … Continue reading