There is nothing worse than reading a book in which it seems as though the author hasn’t done their research. What kind of books are these, you ask? These are nonfiction books on a subject you know well that have so many factual errors that you feel you should read it with a red pencil. …

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When I read Hege Lepri’s short story Things They Don’t Tell You, two parts of my life came together. One part of my life is medical and the other is writing. They are separate – sometimes I think that each is embarrassed about the other. The embarrassment is not their problem, however. It is my …

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I am presently reading Leah Price’s What We Talk About When We Talk About Books: The History and Future of Reading. I will review this book once I have finished reading it however, I keep getting waylaid in reading Price’s book by other material she recommends. Of the various articles and books recommended, I want …

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