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This Week in Mormon Literature, Feb. 10, 2012

The Whitey Awards finalists were named, the LDS Film Festival was held, LTUE is going on now, several plays are ongoing, three new Jane Austen-based novels, and the passing of Paul Swenson. All these Mormon lit news, books, and reviews, … Continue reading

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A Curse by Any Other Name

I admit it. I am a cusser. Cleaning up my language has been on my New Year’s resolutions list for the last two decades but has seen little in the way of improvement. My husband doesn’t swear. Never. He makes … Continue reading

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Excuse Me While I Kiss The Sky

I don’t like to use this column to talk about myself, but it is technically the “Speculative Fiction and Mormons” column, and the big story in that arena these days is one I find myself in the center of. I … Continue reading

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Mysterious Doings: Poison and the Pen With Gregg Luke

*Gregg Luke is a Pharmacist by day and a writer of medical thrillers by night, weekends, and lunch breaks. His books have pioneered a new genre in the LDS suspense market, specifically intended for those readers who want a good … Continue reading

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Mysterious Doings: Clean Chills and Thrills with Stephanie Black

*Stephanie has won the Whitney Award for Mystery/Suspense two years running (2008-2009) and is a finalist in the same category for 2011. Her books are well crafted suspense and have been part of the expanding Mystery/Suspense genre in the LDS … Continue reading

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Announcement: Whitney Awards Rules Change

Two and a half months. That’s all the time left for readers to send in Whitney Award nominations. A big announcement regarding the awards recently came out, but before I get there, here’s a quick refresher on what they are … Continue reading

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