Top Five Tuesdays: Fictional Authors

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I just finished reading The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster and in Locked Room, the last book of the trilogy, there is a character named “Fanshawe” and he is a writer whose works were published posthumously to critical acclaim. And it made me wonder about the fictional writers that I have encountered whose groundbreaking works we shall never read … Continue reading

Top Five Tuesdays: Short Stories

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Let me just squeak this in this post at the end of Tuesday. I noticed that I have a glaring lack of blog posts these past few weeks and I admit that it is because I am out of my groove lately but let me change that now. On today’s edition of Top Five Tuesdays, … Continue reading

Top Five Tuesdays: If You Liked The Film…

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Top Five Tuesdays is a new semi-regular feature in The Book Hooligan that presents a list (either ordered by rank or haphazardly) about anything book-related that interests me. For those people who have intersecting interests in film and in books, there are some moments when you see similarities with a movie that you’ve seen and … Continue reading