A Pride Month to Be Proud Of

We all know the United States is in a great deal of turmoil right now. A viral pandemic, rampant racism, police brutality–it’s a sad and scary time. But mixed into that little cocktail of darkness came a bright light this week when the Supreme Court ruled that workplace discrimination on […]

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What Is A Book Worth To You?

It’s been over two years since I’ve posted directly on the Reading Between the Lines blog. I won’t bore you with the details, but life has been pretty all over the place. In fact, a friend of mine recently came to this site for the first time and promptly informed […]

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Writers and Their Fictions

After talking to some writer friends the past few weeks, I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of books resembling an author’s life. Many people come up with stories because of things that happened to them or their friends and family, or build characters that […]

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