Hendricks and Greer create another blockbuster psychological thriller in ‘An Anonymous Girl’

Hendricks and Greer create another blockbuster psychological thriller in ‘An Anonymous Girl’

When struggling makeup artist Jessica Farris signs up for a psychological study on ethics and morality, she thinks all she'll have to do is answer some multiple choice questions, collect her $500, and leave.

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Hope is futile in Meg Elison’s feminist dystopian ‘The Book of the Unnamed Midwife’

Hope is futile in Meg Elison’s feminist dystopian ‘The Book of the Unnamed Midwife’

The narrator has no name. At least, not in the beginning. Her "old world" name is lost when an illness sets in that wipes out most of the population, leaving men greatly outnumbering women, and no babies anywhere.

The importance of reading outside your comfort zone

The importance of reading outside your comfort zone

It's officially December, which means it's officially "best of" season. I thought that's what this blog post would be: a round-up of the best things I read this year. My favorite books aren't what's important. A great blog filler, sure, but it's what I learned from them is what really matters. Normally I'm an upmarket/literary fiction [...]

#FridayReads: Research for my new book

#FridayReads: Research for my new book

I've been tweeting very quietly the past few nights about the new book project I've been working on. This has been a book idea that I've been kicking around for a little while now. An early draft of the opening was even used as my final fiction project for undergrad (and was ultimately the project [...]

#FridayReads: Without Benefits, Chapter 1

#FridayReads: Without Benefits, Chapter 1

As I finish up the final proofs, submit the documents I need to, and generally get anxious about the upcoming launch of Without Benefits, I'm starting to lose sight of why I did this to begin with. So today I'm taking time to remember. I'm taking time to enjoy this process. And I want you to [...]