Galley Proof – Kindle edition by Eric Arvin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking. When they work, however, they’re damn delicious, and Eric Arvin proves very able in the kitchen (and other rooms) in Galley Proof.. Galley Proof, by Eric Arvin. An insightful, witty romance by an insightful, witty author. Story blurb: Fiction writer Logan Brandish is perfectly.
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Legend of the R…. Please take a minute to leave a comment it is so appreciated! I am not saying they aren’t. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I had to stop myself from highlighting line after line because there really is no point in highlighting an entire book. At which point you either decide to move on and give this author a wide berth in the future, or you decide to give something back to the reading community and write a longwinded review that starts with a handful of meta-paragraphs sure to annoy innocent review readers.
He has a boyfriend, that isn’t bad looking, has a nice ass, a job and a pulse. Small wonder, taking into account the fact that the author behaved as he behaved. There were quite a few laugh out loud moments and nice happily ever after as a reward for taking the journey.
Are the side-trips really fun or just scenic photo ops? But I now know he can write some damn beautiful sentences…and that, for me, is everything. I enjoyed the writing style and quirky characters. Logan was not a perfect character and neither were the other people in his life, but I got a kick out of being in his head, and the dialogue was witty, clever, and always felt natural.
All of that order comes tumbling down like a house of cards when his new editor Brock Kimble comes into the picture. Not only does Logan not tell Brock about this because it would be painful: I must be in a pissy mood, because while this book was reasonably entertaining while reading it, it is hitting some fairly significant WTF?
But the longer I sit here, the more likely that is going to happen. Nov 04, Stacia rated it it was amazing.
All and all, another Arvin winner. This book is mislabelled as a gay romance. Whenever Eric Arvin writes a new book I cannot wait to read it. Eric Arvin resided in the same sleepy Indiana river town where he grew up.
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July 15, at 4: Which is not a given for many published authors. Jan 09, Cindi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Bullying takes many form: Dreamspinner Press kindly provided me with an electronic copy of this book through NetGalley.
He has lived, for brief periods, in Italy and Australia. Subscribe to Post Comments [ Atom ].
And for a while it works. Coming of Age on the Trail Since I write historical fiction, many of these images are vintage photographs with a story of their own. This book was like a breath of fresh air.
Jan 14, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: While Brock remains in the background in the statesLogan meets some interesting people, some of which were so funny that they had me laughing out loud. He’s scared to step out of his comfort zone as far as his writing and his life are concerned. But lately he has been in a bit of a rut. The descriptions of Italy highlighted the dark and beautiful, in subtle, but telling ways. I was never really invested in Logan and didn’t really care if arin ever found what he was looking for.
Since I write historical fiction, many of these images are vintage photographs with a story of their own. I’m not inviting any of these people to any of my parties. This book is mislabelled as a gay romance. In my experience stroke victims don’t have ‘lucid’ moment or regain the ability to speak for little bits at a time. There he meets some terrific secondary characters who help him reach his potential not necessarily as a writer, but definitely as a person.
There was a bit of deus ex machina about the last quarter of the book and ex just happens to be in the same city in Europe that the MC is and imparts lasting wisdom at a critical juncturebut I was able to overlook this given that you hear stories like that all the time: I’ve decided that I want to be an Eric Arvin book when I grow up.
I loved the back and forth So. So it was pointless, from beginning to end, except for the fact that she screwed over a whole bunch of people in the process.
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