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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Pdoof thing day in and day out. A novel of medieva…. But solutions to those types of problems are hard to find, because they’re so locked up in other people’s minds and hearts.
Logan Brandish is a successful, accomplished writer.
Nobody seems concerned that Logan can’t pace himself while drinking and that he doesn’t seem to give a fuck if he makes a complete ass out of himself in front of his potential in-laws to be.
The gqlley between Logan and Brock sometimes felt a little flat to me. I will say this: It works for him, no need to disrupt what works.
What this story line really told me was that A Jayne, sadly, has no life, and B Jayne doesn’t give a rat’s ass about respecting the personal dignity of these particular people of faith. Buy erlc direct from Dreamspinner Press.
It is basically the story of Logan, a moderately successful writer, set in his ways and routines, getting shaken up and setting out to do something different.
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Writer Logan Brandish has been given a new editor, Brock Kimble, by his publishing house in order to boost his flagging sales. So he invites Janey and his scatterbrain mother over instead. Unfortunately, midway through it became a struggle and I found myself skimming through a lot of the book. Throughout the book, the author makes fun of Jehovah Witness and Mormons. This author has a way with creating characters who grow continuously throughout the story.
So, what’s the identity crises are about to Logan as an author? And guess who Janey brings along.
Galley Proof – Eric Arvin (Dreamspinner Press) | Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews
You don’t get bogged down with miscellaneous page filling details that are not relevant to the story. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This was a different read than the typical romance. Here, Logan had to change and conform with certain ideas of how gays supposed to be if he wanted to be ‘authentic’ gay?
The gorgeous new editor kept telling him how crap his new book was, even the manuscript that Logan felt good Disclaimer: They chat on line and they exchange emails and funny videos and they have coffee at cosy little romantic cafes and they even chase an unruly umbrella in Logan’s garden during a rainstorm.
That resolution of that sub-plot was hilarious house-fires and religious three-ways. My issue with this book though was that it seemed to want to say and achieve too much, ending up being all over the place. Also, it felt like it wanted to be a movie directed by Blake Edwards and with the theme music composed by Henry Mancini but had to make do with Nora Ephron and a soundrack of non original pop hits.
Don’t think this is important for his medical care? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here There were quite I have to say I read some of the reviews below and I’m sorry I did. Eric knows how to keep the reader entertained by his characters and their interactions.
That’s why I enjoy his books, because the MC doesn’t need a man to make everything better; he needs to learn to trust in himself to make things better. And then Logan with some help from Curtis has an epiphany and he realizes life is too precious to spend it doing things you don’t like and decides he doesn’t want to write that book after all and that he’ll save himself for Brock but he doesn’t want to go back to Adbury and have to put Janey’s fires out.
He’s got his boyfriend, their cat, and his best friend. His life seems full and he is happy with the status quo… until he meets the editor of his new book. As with your other books, reading your writing is a wonderful experience.
I have to wonder if these people even read the same book I did. But never mind, Jayne, you had your fun, so it’s all good, girl.