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Preorders are up! Get your hotcake!
On poetry, or, a story of how I fell in love with myself again
I am still learning, and living, and loving, and, more often than not, coping.
The Illusion Conundrum, Part 1: A Request
I’m looking for recommendations for YA fantasy!
Happy New Year!
I braved the holiday season, I ate a million cookies, and I drank three-fourths of a giant bottle of Yellowtail Moscato on New Year’s. But I’m back! Lots of stuff on my plate for the new year. I don’t have “resolutions,” per se, but I have plenty of goals. “Resolution” is just a fancy buzzwordContinue reading “Happy New Year!”
Had a good conversation this morning and wanted to share . . .
I will post some more updates later, but first I wanted to share this conversation I had (with my friends Beth and Kathryn) this morning about writing, and some thoughts about how writing helps us better understand our own thoughts and feelings. Read more here. >> How do you see your writing doing this kind ofContinue reading “Had a good conversation this morning and wanted to share . . .”
10 Novels That Have Shaped the Stuff that Liz Writes
I see a lot of those Internet lists that have titles like, “100 Classic Novels You Are a Dunce If You Haven’t Read by the Time You’re 20” and “20 New Novels That Are Totally In Style and Stuff So Read Them Blah.” The thing is, I have always felt a little iffy about these kinds of lists. . . . Therefore, I thought I’d make one of these list-y things.
What is Liz Reading? — a review and minor gush-fest of “How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe” by Charles Yu
Surprise surprise, I’m reading something I’ve already read three times. More surprise, it’s my favorite book: How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu. This book. This book. It was an accidental purchase on my Kindle about three years ago. I got a sample, thinking it looked neat but hesitant to spend the $10. I devoured theContinue reading “What is Liz Reading? — a review and minor gush-fest of “How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe” by Charles Yu”
Reading List #9 — The Girl in the Flammable Skirt
Hello again, dear Readers. Once again I am back with another installment of What is Liz Reading This Week? starring, well, me. After putting down the heavy weight of Go Tell it on the Mountain, Aimee Bender’s short story collection The Girl in the Flammable Skirt was a breath of air – but not necessarilyContinue reading “Reading List #9 — The Girl in the Flammable Skirt”
Reading List #8 — Go Tell it on the Mountain
The past couple of weeks I visited family in good ole West Virginia, and I read two books and just under half of another. The posts that follow are what I read while I was there. Maybe James Baldwin’s well-known religious-themed Go Tell it on the Mountain was appropriate fare for my trip. This textContinue reading “Reading List #8 — Go Tell it on the Mountain”