Exclusive (and frank) author interview with Amy Dresner on bettysbattleground.com

Book Review + EXCLUSIVE Author Interview “My Fair Junkie” by Amy Dresner

  Today I am beyond thrilled to provide you a review of the novel My Fair Junkie, written by Amy Dresner–who writes for many of the same sites I do (and more) but has been doing so for a lot longer–followed … Continue reading

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Eight Articles To Read About Sexual Assault + #MeToo

This month, Betty’s Battleground is talking about sexual assault and its aftermath. This is something that has been planned for months, but as it happens, the nation is (finally) joining this conversation as well. Today, I’m sharing with you some … Continue reading

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I’m Sorry I Haven’t Been Posting…But Here Are Some Of My Articles To Read!

Hi readers. I’m sorry I’ve slacked on the posting these past couple weeks. I’ve been exceptionally busy with freelancing. Which is great, because it allows me a larger platform to talk about issues that are really important to me, and … Continue reading

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12 Articles You Need To Be Reading NOW

Heya, it’s time for some reading recommendations. And because I don’t have an author interview to feature, that means some blog post and article links rather than a book review. I’d say sorry, but I’ve seen my blog stats. Y’all … Continue reading

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11 Blogs + Articles You Should Be Reading This Week–8/28

I have sad news today. Simply-Linked, my linkup provider, has disappeared. It happened the same day major hosting network dreamhost had some kind of attack that sent several sites (including this blog) offline for a couple hours, so at first … Continue reading

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The 13 Best Blogs + Articles To Read This Week 8/14

Guess what I noticed? My book recommendations (when they don’t include author interviews) get almost no views, while my blog article recommendations last week were read, clicked through, shared, and commented on! So as much as I love and value … Continue reading

Need something interesting to read? Try one of these blog posts, recommended on bettysbattleground.com

Blog Posts Of The Weeks: 10 Articles You Should Read Today

Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. It’s been a busy weekend. I’ve been writing, and editing, and applying for a (small) grant, plus playing with kiddos cuz it’s da weekend. I didn’t have time to put together a … Continue reading

Science Fiction Books To Add To Your Mental Health Reading List on bettysbattleground.com

12 Science Fiction Books To Add To Your Mental Health Reading List

What do you think of when you hear the phrase “science fiction?” Robots? Time travel? Aliens? What about ‘realism?’ Not so much? Most people don’t think that science fiction has much to say about reality. Science fiction is supposed to … Continue reading

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Book PLAY of the Weeks 7/3-7/16/2017: Cabaret

Sacrelige! My “book of the weeks” is not a book. I couldn’t resist myself this week. I have been singing Cabaret showtunes ever since I saw Roundabout Theatre’s National Tour last weekend. Everything from ‘Willkommen,’ to ‘Mein Herr,’ to ‘Don’t … Continue reading

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Book of the Weeks 6/5-6/18/2017: American Gods

Even if you’ve never read American Gods by Neil Gaiman, you have probably at least heard the title. Maybe you’ve seen the new hit show on Starz. I haven’t, because I don’t have cable, and even while I was visiting my in-laws … Continue reading

A review of Oryx and Crake on bettysbattleground.com

Book of the Weeks 5/22-6/4/2017: “Oryx and Crake”

by Margaret Atwood When I was fifteen, I dropped out of high school. I did it for a number of reasons; high school sucks, everyone knows that. But the biggest reason, the crucible factor, was methamphetamine. I had begun to … Continue reading

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Book of the Weeks: 5/8-5/21/2017 “Steering The Craft”

Book of the Weeks 5/8-5/21/2017 “Steering The Craft” by Ursula K. Le Guin Happy Monday! Do you grumble at that sentiment? Are Mondays grueling, groggy days during which you are forced to drag yourself through the workday while shaking off weekend … Continue reading

Book of the Weeks: 4/24-5/7/2017: “Shade’s Children”

This post contains affiliate links. You can view my full affiliate links disclosure at the bottom of any and every page, but, basically, if you purchase this excellent book through the links I put in this post, I will receive … Continue reading

The Betty's Battleground Book of the Weeks 4/10-4/23/17 is "One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest" by Ken Kesey. Click to learn more.

Book of the Weeks 4/10-4/23/17: “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”

Ahhhhhhh….and we’re back to fiction. I love fiction. One of my daughters is in the hospital with pneumonia right now, poor chicki. She is on the mend, though, so don’t worry. In fact, I expect that she will be out … Continue reading

Book of the Weeks 3/27-4/9/2017 www.bettysbattleground.com

Book of the Weeks 3/27-4/9/2017: The Body Keeps The Score

By the way: This post uses affiliate links (and also some unaffiliated ones). You can read my full, legal disclaimer at the bottom of any and every page, but, basically, if you purchase something via one of the Amazon links … Continue reading

"Fig" book review and author interview on www.bettysbattleground.com

Book Of The Weeks 3/13/17-3/26/17: ‘Fig’ by Sarah Schantz

This is the first installment of, yes, that’s right, another new segment: Book Of The Weeks. And yes, that ‘s’ is intentional. Book Of The Weeks is a biweekly book review by yours truly. But but but how does this … Continue reading