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  • As I compose this post, both the Literary Saloon and Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind have already commented on this article, but while in both cases their comments are completely well-taken, I don't think they go nearly far enough in capturing the sheer idiocy of judging the quality of a given book -- at least when it comes to fiction -- on a "synopsis."

    Principles of Literary Criticism

  • Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind has a plum of a blog entry from last week.

    Wag the Blog #6: That's Worse than a Tramp Stamp

  • Well, after reading an article about it over at Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind, I want it even more.

    Wag the Blog #1: What Does a Seal's Heart Taste Like?

  • Idiosyncratic-to-Dodd questions about integrity were jeopardizing what will be a safe seat in the hands of Attorney General Blumenthal or any of the CT House Democrats.

    Matthew Yglesias » Two Retirements

  • At Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind, Sarah Weinman writes about the "media blitz" leading up to Innocent, Scott Turow's sequel to Presumed Innocent.

    Beyond the Underground:

  • Sarah Weinman of Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind made a distinction between two “waves” of bloggers who write about books:

    Book bloggers — the old and new “waves” and what you need to know about both « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Several months ago, Sarah Weinman of Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind broke down the imprints at all the major publishing houses: Macmillan, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, HarperCollins, The Penguin Groupand Random House.

    2009 July 14 « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Sarah Weinman (herself Canadian), of course, is queen of the crime-fiction blogs in the USA, and does a fantastic job at rounding up, reviewing and bringing constant news of international, as well asindigenous, crime fiction at Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind.

    April 2009

  • Sarah Weinman at Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind blog discusses a piece at the Pittsburgh-Tribune Review on the pros and cons of self-publishing.

    PETRONA

  • Hard to go wrong, maybe, with the topic (crime fiction) and the subject (the genre's best-known blogger, at Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind, as well as a coauthor of publishing news and gossip blog GalleyCat).

    Writing

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