Lie To Me, by J.T. Ellison

I'm back! Actually, I haven't gone anywhere, I simply haven't been posting reviews. Not that I haven't been reading - I'm never not reading - I haven't been reading anything that moved me enough to lend time to a review. Until today. Synopsis: Sutton and Ethan Montclair's idyllic life is not as it appears. They … Continue reading Lie To Me, by J.T. Ellison

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[LET’S CHAT] The Fine Line Between Plagiarism and Inspiration

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As bloggers, we all worry about plagiarism.

Whether we’ve accidentally plagiarized someone, whether taking this photo or that photo is stealing, whether someone’s blog design can be similar or stolen, whether having the same blog post ideas near the same time is weird, whether bloggers can truly be original. It’s very confusing, and I don’t think we talk about it often, so let’s talk about it: how fine a line is there between plagiarism and inspiration?
(Also, a brief hello to the 160+ blog followers I gained yesterday (and is still going steady)! I’m still a bit floored at how much my notifications were blowing up after getting featured on WordPress’s Discover page, and I feel slightly intimidated, but oh so thankful!)

I think we as bloggers are always a bit uneasy when it comes to plagiarism. Most of us have been taught outside of blogging that plagiarism is a…

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Sutton

Synopsis: Born in the squalid Irish slums of Brooklyn, in the first year of the twentieth century, Willie Sutton came of age at a time when banks were out of control. If they weren't taking brazen risks, causing millions to lose their jobs and homes, they were shamelessly seeking bailouts. Trapped in a cycle of … Continue reading Sutton