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The Weaverfields Heir by David Bridger

This novel is how I met David, some years ago, when he asked me to critique it. I’m a blunt, detailed critiquer, and I’ll admit that I was a little worried over the reception of my feedback, worried enough that … Continue reading

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Beauty and the Bastard by David Bridger

David Bridger is a friend of mine and this is his debut work, so of course I picked it up. However, I already knew how his writing is evocative and compelling, so I didn’t think I was risking much. Beauty … Continue reading

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