Mystery Thriller Week

Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Ronnie Allen

Mystery Thriller Week, a celebration of the genre and its authors and readers, is underway through February 22. If you’ve done the math, yes, it’s 10 rather than the usual seven days. It’s a super-sized week for a super-sized genre. For more information, stories, and author interviews, pop over to mysterythrillerweek.com. In conjunction with the… Continue reading Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Ronnie Allen

Mystery Thriller Week

Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Gavin Mills

Mystery Thriller Week, a celebration of the genre and its authors and readers, is underway through February 22. If you’ve done the math, yes, it’s 10 rather than the usual seven days. It’s a super-sized week for a super-sized genre. For more information, stories, and author interviews, pop over to mysterythrillerweek.com. In conjunction with the… Continue reading Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Gavin Mills

Mystery Thriller Week

Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Morgan Talbot

Mystery Thriller Week, a celebration of the genre and its authors and readers, is underway through February 22. If you’ve done the math, yes, it’s 10 rather than the usual seven days. It’s a super-sized week for a super-sized genre. For more information, stories, and author interviews, pop over to mysterythrillerweek.com. In conjunction with the… Continue reading Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Morgan Talbot

Mystery Thriller Week

Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Edwin Herbert

Mystery Thriller Week, a celebration of the genre and its authors and readers, is officially underway and runs through February 22. If you’ve done the math, yes, it’s 10 rather than the usual seven days. It’s a super-sized week for a super-sized genre. For more information about the event, pop over to mysterythrillerweek.com. In conjunction… Continue reading Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Edwin Herbert

Classic Books · Literary Lists · Seasonal Reading

5 bookish expressions of ardent affection, or love

On love day a few years ago, I got a hearty chuckle reading an article in which Hugh Grant pronounces the prepackaged romance of Valentine’s Day “repugnant.” I mean, that’s a bit hyperbolic, isn’t it? I would have gone with “revolting,” personally. Oh, I kid. I kid … sort of. We have a day to celebrate… Continue reading 5 bookish expressions of ardent affection, or love

Mystery Thriller Week

Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Joynell Schultz

Mystery Thriller Week, a celebration of the genre and its authors and readers, is officially underway and runs through February 22. If you’ve done the math, yes, it’s 10 rather than the usual seven days. It’s a super-sized week for a super-sized genre. For more information about the event, pop over to mysterythrillerweek.com. In conjunction… Continue reading Mystery Thriller Week: Q&A with Joynell Schultz

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Rereading Jane Eyre: Why it’s good to read books we don’t *like*

I first read Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre in graduate school. It was during an ill-advised semester I’d registered for two courses on novels and a third on literary theory. Some weeks, my required reading hovered around 2,500 pages. I constructed elaborate reading schedules derived by dividing the week’s required pages by my average page-per-hour count.… Continue reading Rereading Jane Eyre: Why it’s good to read books we don’t *like*