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This Review Made Me Cry

Posted on Oct 17, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Publishing, Reviews, Writing | 0 comments

But maybe just cause I’m a softy.  Or maybe because it’s an insane feeling to have people you love and respect love and respect your work.  Either way, it feels so good. Check out the always amazing kd diamond’s review of Lunatic Fringe. (And then check out her work here: katiediamond.com) Book Review of Allison Moon’s “Lunatic Fringe” from katie diamond on...

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October Special: Share a Review and Get a Sneak Peek

Posted on Oct 13, 2011 in Blog, Publishing, Reviews, Writing | 0 comments

Heya everyone!  I’m feeling kind of rough, down and out after my birthday vacation with an ear infection.  But all in all the release went great and I’m thrilled with the results. I’ve been getting lovely emails and tweets from readers who’ve already finished Lunatic Fringe and had wonderful things to say about it.  I’m thrilled that so many of you are liking it and want to know what happens next. So here’s a deal: If you’ve already read Lunatic...

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Baby Novelist’s First Review

Posted on Sep 15, 2011 in Blog, Publishing, Reviews, Writing | 0 comments

I’m so happy to say I got my first review for Lunatic Fringe, and it’s a good one! From Adventures in Nerdliness: In Lunatic Fringe you know there are werewolves, but it is not completely clear who they are. For me this has created much of the enjoyment. The book has staying power, and is obviously building without showing its hand too early. Read the rest over at Adventures in Nerdliness. ...

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Movie Review: My Idiot Brother

Posted on Sep 3, 2011 in Blog, Reviews | 0 comments

For an end-of-summer family comedy, My Idiot Brother works really hard to make you dislike it. Unfortunately, all their hard work paid off for me. I went in with high-hopes: the cast was full of seasoned and newbie comedy actors, the premise was fun with Rudd playing across type as a “fuck up” of a guy (though the only evidence of this is that he’s kind of a slow hippie, which is Hollywood’s version of a fuckup, I guess?), and the script had enough life to feel like I...

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Back for More! Reviewing Salacious #2

Posted on Jul 28, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Reviews, Sexuality | 0 comments

Salacious is back for more.  The self-proclaimed “Queer Feminist Sex Magazine” has built upon its debut with more genre diversity, some small, cute additions, and plenty of content to keep a reader busy for an afternoon or long commute. Immediately, what sets Salacious apart isn’t its mission but its art.  In our internet age, there is not shortage of writing nor smut. But lesbian trans woman erotic comics? Salacious has got you covered. The art in Issue #2 shines, highlighting a...

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Bridesmaids is Made of Win

Posted on May 16, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, Reviews | 1 comment

The hope that Bridesmaids will save women-driven comedy may be inflated, but there's no doubt that the gross-out hilarity of "dude humor" isn't just for dudes.

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