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Finally, this is very long. No, seriously; it’s insanely long. You’ve been warned.
And now, on to the post. (Please note the update in the body of the post)
The lovely ladies of The Book Binge have been running a weekly feature this year, inviting readers, bloggers, authors, and publishing professionals, to share five titles that have touched them and stayed with them throughout the years.
I was quite honored to have been invited to participate. You can find my list of recommendations here.
Thank you, Holly and Rowena!
I feel like cheering and doing cartwheels.
I read a story! I read a new-to-me story! In one greedy gulp!
Okay, it’s a short story (amazon tells me it’s only 35 pages long), but here’s the thing: it’s the first thing I have managed to read through since freaking May!
So here’s my (brief) review.
A Wolf to Watch Over Me, by Sela Carsen
I became aware that Ms Carsen had released a new story after a fairly long hiatus, so of course I headed over to read a sample–and fell right into the story.
Here, have a blurb: