Author Archives: RiverWrenSong

Déjà Dead: Or A Bit of Déjà Vu

Well, it took me nearly a year, but I finished it. I have now officially read Kathy Reichs’ first novel, Déjà Dead. I have definite mixed feelings about Déjà Dead. I had originally picked up the book because the series had … Continue reading

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Felicia Day, Queen of Geekdom

“You have a finite number of toothpaste tubes you will ever consume while on this planet. Make the most of that clean tooth time. For yourself.” Oh my goodness. Where to begin? Perhaps I should begin at the beginning, when … Continue reading

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Of Albion Academy and Coffee Shops

I’m currently in a coffee shop between Trinity College and the Department of Manuscripts, enjoying some well-deserved treats before I head over to the Museum (because Bog Bodies!). As it seems every time I go on a trip a friend … Continue reading

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From One Coffeeshop Writer to Another: Mir Published Paper Crowns While I Wasn’t Looking

As I have been lounging around playing with bones and doodling in coffee shops, a dear friend of mine has been hard at work, writing. As I greatly enjoy reading her works (and more or less making snarky comments in … Continue reading

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