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Welcome to Vox Libris

 

“Vox libris” means “the voice of books,” which is the essence of this blog. I believe that books do speak to us. Some ask us to think, some ask us to judge, some ask us to take action, and some give us permission to escape the stresses of our daily lives, even if just for a couple hundred pages. As a high school English teacher, I read a LOT, whether it’s books or student essays. Sometimes I like to get away from scoring papers, and there is no place I would rather escape than into the pages of a book. You will notice all sorts of novels reviewed on this blog, whether innocent first loves in YA books or some hot erotica in which there is some – ahem – vigorous headboard rockin’. I welcome comments, so please, if you have something to say about a review, let me know! If you ever have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat, please email me at voxlibrisblog@gmail.com.

Thanks for visiting, thanks for reading, and thanks for participating.

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4 Comments

  1. Cynthia

    my god, I think I’ve gone and stalked you!

    okay – the other day I did a blog on 50 shades, which I read (all three, idiot that I am) all because of your review on amazon – and of course, there is much panty wadding happening and constipation because of the film and of COURSE there’s all this well meaning feminist fist raising and hatetalking about my favorite knuckleheads, mr and mrs grey and their sad excuse for a bdsm relationship. so in explaining how I came to read this mahvelous tome, I linked to your review which I read again and had me in giggly stitches. and then I thought…hmmm…I never read the other two reviews so I actually went backwards on amazon, nearly 70 pages of this numbskullery and then saw this link and linked and found you and then found this..

    and I got to read them! wootskys!

    I feel like miss fucking marple. huzzahs!
    ps. u rite gud.

    Cynthia

    Reply
    1. Vox Libris

      Cynthia, I cannot thank you enough for taking the time to leave such a sweet note! You made my day.

      Thank you also for reading my reviews. I tend to think I’m writing just for me, and I forget that actual people might read these things. So I appreciate your kindness.

      Thank you, and please keep commenting!
      Amy

      Reply
  2. Cynthia

    my god, I think I’ve gone and stalked you!

    okay – the other day I did a blog on 50 shades, which I read (all three, idiot that I am) all because of your review on amazon – and of course, there is much panty wadding happening and constipation because of the film and of COURSE there’s all this well meaning feminist fist raising and hatetalking about my favorite knuckleheads, mr and mrs grey and their sad excuse for a bdsm relationship. so in explaining how I came to read this mahvelous tome, I linked to your review which I read again and had me in giggly stitches. and then I thought…hmmm…I never read the other two reviews so I actually went backwards on amazon, nearly 70 pages of this numbskullery and then saw this link and linked and found you and then found this..

    and I got to read them! wootskys!

    I feel like miss fucking marple. huzzahs!
    ps. u rite gud.

    Cynthia

    Reply
    1. Vox Libris (Post author)

      Cynthia, I cannot thank you enough for taking the time to leave such a sweet note! You made my day.

      Thank you also for reading my reviews. I tend to think I’m writing just for me, and I forget that actual people might read these things. So I appreciate your kindness.

      Thank you, and please keep commenting!
      Amy

      Reply

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