May 092013
 

The book review people haven’t called lately, which has been a good thing. Everyone needs a break now and then, even though I miss the paychecks. (Go buy some of my books and make up for that, will ya?)

One of the best benefits has been that I’ve been able to catch up on the books that have piled up around here. Two of those books (but not all) have been Rock Fiction.

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The Road to Fluffer, Dan Schell’s debut novel was a lot of fun. Read my review.

The pseudonymous author Rosemary Martin hit the market in 2005 with It’s a Mod, Mod, Mod, Mod Murder. Looks like it’s out of print and only available for Kindle, but … well, see my thoughts on it.

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  2 Responses to “Catching up on some Rock Fiction”

  1. Sometimes it’s good to read for pure pleasure instead of having to concentrate for review. There’s no pressure.

  2. You have the time to read? I’m not sure I’d still want to read for pleasure if I were an editor.

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