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Cloud 9: Dos & Don’ts of Congoing

Anime STL is this weekend and, for the first time since high school, I have off work without asking for it. I try to go every year, but sometimes, I am just not able to. That being said, as one of the largest anime conventions in the Midwest, ASTL is one of the few events… Continue reading Cloud 9: Dos & Don’ts of Congoing

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Cloud 9: Romance Novel Turnoffs

I like to think I am a fairly lenient reader. There are genres I prefer but, if the story is well written enough , I can enjoy any story. That being said, there are certain tropes and plot devices that will immediately ruin a story for me. Here are 9 things that turn me off… Continue reading Cloud 9: Romance Novel Turnoffs

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Cloud 9: Novels I Couldn’t Finish

Cloud 9 is a feature I do here at Rainy Thursdays twice a month. It is my version of those "Top 10" posts you see floating around the blogosphere. Instead of ten items, however there are, of course, nine. Fairytale – Cyn Balog A perfect example of the novels that make me dislike the YA genre.… Continue reading Cloud 9: Novels I Couldn’t Finish

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Cloud 9: Authors I would read anything from

Cloud 9 is a feature I do here at Rainy Thursdays twice a month. It is my version of those "Top 10" posts you see floating around the blogosphere. Instead of ten items, however there are, of course, nine. Tamora Pierce is in a league all her own. Since I was young, I have been enthralled… Continue reading Cloud 9: Authors I would read anything from

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Cloud 9: Guilty Pleasure Books Pt. 1

Cloud 9 is a feature I do here at Rainy Thursdays twice a month. It is my version of those "Top 10" posts you see floating around the blogosphere. Instead of ten items, however there are, of course, nine. Anything by Betty Neels I wish I could give one example but all of Betty Neels’ novels… Continue reading Cloud 9: Guilty Pleasure Books Pt. 1

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Cloud 9: Favorite Book Series

I am a sucker for series and I am sure I am not the only one. There is something comforting about continuing the journey with characters who are old friends in a world that feel like home. Here are some of my favorite series.