Re-Reading and the Suck fairy

September 11, 2012 § 2 Comments

Re-Reading and the Suck fairy from Tor.com.

Having received this from Sue Nicolson – Palmerston North New Zealand I could not resist passing it on.
It’s worth a click down on the “panel on rereading” as well

Here’s a take on a common aspect of rereading. Of course where she
talks about what happens with children’s books she doesn’t mention that
the suck fairy sometimes deputises to publishers who abridge….

http://www.tor.com/blogs/2010/09/the-suck-fairy

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§ 2 Responses to Re-Reading and the Suck fairy

  • Anne Visona says:

    At first I thought the suck fairy was a NZ version of the sick fairy, but I must admit it has visited my shelves. In a way the only books that bear re-reading are the really bad ones – they can only get better Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 23:27:23 +0000 To: anne@cumquatbooks.com.au

  • Brumby18 says:

    Great Article – I have done that few times with my mental chocolate Books – It is sooooo frustrating when one is on the plane for another 12 hours!!

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