Category: Blog Tour

Interview: Kathe Koja’s Dark Factory

I’m pleased to welcome back to the blog, Kathe Koja! Kathe is one of my favorite contemporary writers, having penned some of my favorite books, such as Under the Poppy, Christopher Wild, and Buddha Boy. Today, Kathe is here to talk a little about… Continue Reading “Interview: Kathe Koja’s Dark Factory”

Margaret Atwood Live in Conversation about The Testaments

Today, I’m thrilled to be sharing some exciting news about an upcoming project in support of the release of Margaret Atwood’s THE TESTAMENTS, a long-awaited sequel to the incredibly popular and disturbing THE HANDMAID’S TALE. Many thanks to the publicists for including me in… Continue Reading “Margaret Atwood Live in Conversation about The Testaments”

Reading Literature Causes Misogyny?

Recently, Electric Lit published an essay by Erin Spampinato titled, “The Literary Roots of the Incel Movement.” In it, the author argues that a culture of reading and privileging “white male” (para. 5) texts has resulted in the modern-day incelmovement (note: the term “incel”… Continue Reading “Reading Literature Causes Misogyny?”

Don’t Miss It Monday!

Hi, Folks! I’m not typically one for monthly or weekly “recap” posts, but there is SO MUCH happening at RBR.net this month and this summer, that I thought it would be a good idea to put it all together in one post and remind everyone… Continue Reading “Don’t Miss It Monday!”

Dear Jerome: A Letter to J.D. Salinger

Dear Jerome, Mr. Salinger.  J.D.  How would you like to be addressed, I wonder?  Of course, it’s impossible to really ask, now, so I think I’ll just go with “Jerome.”  It seems real and logical.  And you seem real and logical.   Do you want… Continue Reading “Dear Jerome: A Letter to J.D. Salinger”