Literanista is backed up!

So my good people, Literanista has gone and gotten herself a new job!

Not that her old one was bad, it was just well…old. Stale, uninspiring and just plain routine.

I’m still doing editorial work, but with more of a research and tech angle and I even get to write. I’m very excited about that indeed.

Anyhow, I wanted to let all my readers know that I haven’t forgotten about all of the book reviews I promised and they’re on their way. I’m just trying to do too many things at once as usual. I need a weekend retreat!

Upcoming reviews:

Sex and the South Beach Chicas by Caridad Pineiro
Happy Hour at Casa Dracula by Marta Acosta
The Heiress of Water: A Novel by Sandra Rodriguez Barron
The Scroll of Seduction: A Novel by Gioconda Belli
Dirty Little Lies by Julie Leto
Provocaciones; Letters from the Prettiest Girl in Arvin by Rafaela G. Castro

Soon to come!

Update: Fixed all the typos, I was really tired!

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