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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You don’t get bogged down with miscellaneous page filling details that are not relevant to the story. Beautiful, brilliant, brawny, and if the book is as autobiographical as I suspect, hung like a bull as well – you’ve got it all covered. Lots of fails here lately.
This is apparently the one time dad has been lucid in years, the rest of the time he is seemingly a vegetable. No cringing in embarrassment.
Maybe the author was bored and decided to imitate a handful of his idols—in one book. If only Avrin had said what he made his character say: The end It’s not bad, but I’m not wowed by it.
First of all, as other reviewers have pointed out, there is no cheating. We know how these books always end—the very nature of the genre demands the boys get together in the last fifteen or twenty pages thirty if gaalley book is pretentious enough to have an epilogue. Way to go, Jayne.
Galley Proof – Eric Arvin (Dreamspinner Press) | Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews
I have to wonder if these people even read the same book I did. What this story line really told me was that A Jayne, sadly, has no life, and B Jayne doesn’t give a rat’s ass about respecting the personal dignity of these particular people of faith. Dec 09, MsMiz Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: FictionGay fictionGay romance.
They chat on line and they exchange emails and funny videos and they have coffee at cosy little romantic cafes and they even chase an unruly umbrella in Logan’s garden during a rainstorm. But Brock is not the panacea, what’s missing only Logan himself can find, and he goes looking for it. For better or for worse, books almost always have a certain feel, something that resonates with some part of me. Or was it Curtis that broke up with him first to chase his cardboard dream around the world?
Galley Proof by Eric Arvin | Dreamspinner Press
I thought we’re about respecting different way of life? Leave a comment Filed under Uncategorized. However, after bringing Logan to meet his family, Brock told him that he’s not ready for any relationship, and it’s better if Logan got a new editor. Excellent gay fiction with romantic elements about an author who lives a very predictable, safe life ruled by lists and habit July 14, at 9: I am saying many of them caused a niggle of discomfort while reading it.
As with the other two I’ve read, Galley Proof is a book about self-discovery. Jan 09, Cindi rated it it was amazing Shelves: If I could give it more stars, I would! And for a while it works.
I got two theme songs for this one: Brock hasn’t talked to dad in years he tells no one else. Curtis suddenly showed up in Rome and made Logan realized what he’s doing, and Brock conveniently showed up after everything with Logan’s life had been quite stable, following crises due to the editors’ “suggestions”.
But other than that, this really didn’t do much for me. July 15, at 2: Arvin’s imagination and sense of humor are wild so hold on for the ride. Are there enough roadblocks thrown in their way? Categories adventure ARC a total failure book review chicklit classic contemporary crime dystopia erotica fantasy friday flash fiction historical lgbtq meh mini review miscellaneous essays poof review paranormal rameau rating read in read in recommending romance sci-fi suspence thriller urban fantasy YA.
Had Galley Proof been shelved under general fiction I might be more forgiving to the abrupt style changes and the utter lack of the thin red line that connects it all, but it wasn’t and I’m not.
Logan Brandish is a successful, accomplished writer.