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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It turned out, she actually liked Logan’s writings. Spencer was quick to back down, as well. Yes, he had a writer’s block, but everyone whose job involved constant writings can attest that it happens a lot, and it doesn’t need a shaking to overcome it.
Here, there are two of them: I loved this quote that appears near the end of the book when Logan spots someone reading one of his own books: And he pulls no punches in shaking things up for Logan. This book sounds like such a train wreck I’m kinda tempted to read it.
I was really liking this book in the beginning; it was funny and quirky.
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Dec 09, Michael rated it it was amazing. There’s the funny old next door neighbor as well as the above-mentioned competing religious groups and a crazy mother. And his use of humor is always a erid. The topic—writers and writing—is a natural for any author, but it is not without its risks. That’s why I enjoy his books, because the MC doesn’t need a man to make everything better; he needs to learn to trust in himself to make things arvih.
Then he crosses the line from a fine comedy to unadulterated spoof and ruins the effect. Trivia About Galley Proof.
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Thing is, nothing about Mr. In a sea of romantic man-meets-man stories, this one is rather unique. Galley Proof by Eric Arvin. But he comes to discover that it’s only a temporary escape from the problems he left at home, and whether he can have his cake and eat it too becomes the crux for the difficult decisions that he must make.
Every intricate and unique pattern. The romance between Logan and Brock sometimes felt a little flat to me. This is apparently the one time dad has been lucid in years, the rest of the time he is seemingly a vegetable.
Eric Arvin is a damn good writer. July erjc, at 7: Nov 03, Shanna rated it it was amazing Shelves: And guess who Janey brings along. To me there was no chemistry between Brock and Proor the storyline with Janey made absolutely no sense as it did not add anything and seemed out of place.
Dreamspinner Press kindly provided me with an profo copy of this book through NetGalley. I don’t belong to those religions, but I cringed when Talley was reading this book.
The gorgeous new editor kept telling him how crap his new book was, even the manuscript that Logan felt good Disclaimer: You make it all worthwhile. Don’t think his family is starving for a sign of life from him? What a great sense of humor Eric Arvin has!
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They chat on arvn 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.
Galpey 19, rameau rated it did not like it Shelves: Because it is a perfect parallel to the book written by his protagonist, Logan Brandish. Return to Book Page. Logan lives for routine. There is no proof that his abandoned manuscript wouldn’t be either, since the reasons both editors pushed him had nothing to do with the writing itself, as it turned out later.
When even Logan’s old arthritic neighbour, Grace, who kinda jumps from the roof of her house just for the adrenaline rush unceremoniously tells him he’s boring and urges him to do something about it or else he’ll end up like Miss Eruc the self-professed spinster, Logan decides to step out of his comfort zone and seize the day like Robin Williams in Dead Gallley Society. She’s older and she’s stern and she could be Linda Hunt’s twin sister or Imelda Staunton’s double in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and she seems to hate both him and his work.
Srvin both men yearn for the connection, for the love and passion. It sounds more like those people in ‘Awakenings’ or even an odd form of Alzheimers. It’s mislabelled as a romance.