WWW Wednesday – Sept 3, 2014

The first book is very, very heavily into cricket neep, which I find hard to follow since I’ve never been educated in the game. That doesn’t matter, because the rest of this alien world is as rigidly courteous as a Regency romance in some ways, and as lawless as a cowboy book in thers. The language, mores, practices, and passions are all strange and compelling. One of these days, someone who knows cricket will sit with me through a game and my education will be complete.

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WWW Wednesday 4-16-2014

To my shock I have realized that these books are literally one hundred years old. My copies are first editions. This forces me to recognize that I am, in spite of a certain raunchy rowdiness when the moon is full, one of those old farts who read hundred year old novels and relish their grace, their command of English, and their depiction of a slower and more mannered time than our own.

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Author Interview: Jennifer Stevenson

Today is a holiday so we’re repeating an earlier interview, just in case you missed it. Jennifer Stevenson Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel Rereleased at Book View Cafe this Spring are King of Hearts and Fools Paradise, by Jennifer Stevenson, … Continue reading

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BVC Announces Fools Paradise by Jennifer Stevenson

Stagehands are knights of blue-collar chivalry—workaholic, playaholic, unsung heroes behind the curtain. Skip the rock stars and actors—they’re too skinny, too neurotic, too self-centered, and they wear too much makeup. Go for a man who can fix your car and can really hang a pair of 501s.

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BVC Announces King Of Hearts by Jennifer Stevenson

A sexy, funny duel of wills and wits between a small town preacher’s daughter and a blue-collar prince of the blood.

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