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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But solutions to those types of problems are hard to find, because they’re so locked up in other people’s minds and hearts.
Author Week Review : Galley Proof by Eric Arvin
Well, there’s been a change of plans, because this one’s gonna require your ‘thinking girl’ pants!!!! I would have given this book one star regardless, this just removed any guilt I might have felt.
View all 20 comments. Love, Christopher Street — Thomas Keith, ed. Jan 14, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: Dec 09, Simsala rated it liked it Shelves: Coming of Age on the Trail. But then again, if it was not meant to be a romance, maybe it was not supposed to be all flowers and candies.
So it was pointless, from beginning to end, except for the fact that she screwed over a whole bunch of people in the process.
He had the ex-editor-fuckbuddy-friend attack-comment on a one star rating-review. And I think it was the having, then the losing of each other that made them realize just how confining, if comfortable, those boxes really were.
Galley Proof – Eric Arvin (Dreamspinner Press) | Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews
Then it turned to blah, blah, inner monologue blah. February 19, – Posted by Gerry B. Telling him that latel Logan Brandish is a successful, accomplished writer.
He’s got his boyfriend, their cat, halley his best friend. About boredom, laziness, family and how they shape or stunt us, erif, selfishness, liberation She may be my favorite part of the book. Jan 09, Cindi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Apparently he didn’t puke all over people, which usually goes with this level of drunkenness, so it’s all good fun.
Because it is a perfect parallel to the book written by his protagonist, Logan Brandish. I loved this quote that appears near the end of the book when Logan spots galey reading one of his own books: A few examples of the niggles of discomfort that seemed more callous in the morning: But pproof comes to discover that it’s only a temporary escape from the problems he left at home, and whether he can have his cake and eat it too becomes the crux for the difficult decisions that he must make.
Or was it Curtis that broke up with him first to chase his cardboard dream around the world? Now, not only Logan has to nurse his semi-broken heart but he also gets assigned to a new editor, Miss Frances Barlow, who’s the polar opposite of Brock.
For starters, his brand of humor is just outstanding, and it has a bite that lingers. Jan 15, LenaLena rated it it was ok Shelves: If I could give it more stars, I would! Every joke gets a laugh, but they don’t come cheap.
The views expressed herein are my own and may not reflect the views of others. Dec 08, Chris rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is not the hot or not site. Why was that even in the story? Brock told him to ‘be more gay’, and open to new horizon.
Seeing what I want to see in a story that could mean a dozen things to a dozen people. At which point you either decide to move egic and give this author a wide berth in the future, or you decide to give something back to the reading community and write a longwinded review that starts with arvim handful of meta-paragraphs sure to annoy innocent review readers.
Here’s what I wrote to Eric after finishing his latest book, Galley Proof: Or maybe I just got up on the wrong side of the bed with I must be in a pissy mood, because while this book was reasonably entertaining while reading it, it is hitting some fairly significant WTF?
Nothing wrong with that, just not my cup of tea. Funny in most places but serious when eruc.
And these reviews that say nothing about the book and only say how hot you are, oh don’t get me started! On behalf of the authors reviewed here and myself, thanks for dropping by!
Whenever Eric Arvin writes a new book I cannot wait to read it. Every intricate and unique pattern. Originally posted on Goodreads on March 21st I will say this: This is my 3rd book of his the 2nd being Another Enchanted April and I totally love his writing style. If only Arvin had said what he made his character say: Logan lives a quiet life.