Kim Curran

The Kindle Two Step-July 2015

I read a lot of e-books because it’s an inherently versatile format that encourages experimentation. Also because a lot of e-books tend to skew short and I’m interested in those forms, learning how they work and doing them myself. Plus books are GREAT and I love reading. So, here’s what’s going to happen. Every now […]

The Kindle Two Step-July 2015

Review: Delete by Kim Curran

  Scott Tyler is a Shifter, a teenager born with the ability to undo choices and alter reality. Scott’s been through hell, struggling to control and accept his abilities while fighting off the organizations who want to use Shifters as weapons. After all, a trained soldier is dangerous. A trained soldier who can keep repeating

Review: Delete by Kim Curran

The Lists: Books of 2014

I read, for me, an awful lot of books this year. By the time the year’s done it’ll be somewhere around 40. I’m pleased with that, especially as I’ve hit a good balance between reading for work and reading for fun. I could, as always, broaden my horizons some but everyone always can and this

The Lists: Books of 2014

Review: Glaze by Kim Curran

Adolescence is Hell. You careen through life, chained to a hormone-powered motorbike with only occasionally functional steering and do your best to not crash. It never works, you crash, LOTS, but in doing so you shape the person you’ll be for a good chunk of the rest of your life. Sometimes, if you’re lucky, you

Review: Glaze by Kim Curran

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