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The Idle Reader is a blog for book geeks and prose lovers who would like to hear new thoughts on old books, see the critical lens applied to all books and who have a voracious appetite for wordplay.

AshleyM

I’m a constant reader of three and twenty years. I primarily read romance, erotica, sci-fi, fantasy and horror. I started this blog when my opinions on books became too much to keep to myself. So here we go.

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