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Author Archives: Adrianne M. P.

A digital designing freelancer based in the San Francisco Bay Area who not only creates cool things on the web, but also loves to write from fiction to articles and general blogging. A loyal NaNoWriMo novelist and an ecstatic contributing writer for Technorati, she is a major fan of an eclectic hodgepodge of interests that are not usually on the mainstream. Other than writing and designing, she also loves to read, listen to various music types (except for country and heavy metal--- she doesn't know why but she has a hard time getting in to them) and is often seen walking around the streets with headphones on, food and tea. Her aim as a Blogcritics writer is to introduce a variety of products and interests that may not be considered "in the general mainstream," something like indie music, trends that are popular at other countries but not in the U.S., and the likes. She loves to write reviews for anything, but primarily towards books, some movies and TV shows, and in some cases, food.

Book Review: The Tiger’s Wife by Téa Obreht

A young doctor gradually unravels the mystery of her grandfather's death through stories of magical legend. Read More »

Book Review: The Observations by Jane Harris

A story between a feisty Irish maid and her mistress leads to a classic Victorian-era madness. Read More »

Book Review: Gillespie and I by Jane Harris

A memoir about the friendship between an art-loving Englishwoman and a fresh Scottish artist, or so it seems. Read More »

Book Review: No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days by Chris Baty

For aspiring writers who want to join NaNoWriMo for the first time, here is a companion guide for you. Read More »

Book Review: South of Superior by Ellen Airgood

For family and for the sense of belonging, there's no other place in the world but home. Read More »

Book Review: Don’t Take a Bath on a Friday by Neni Santa Romana-Cruz

Laugh or cower with this collection of Philippine folk beliefs. Read More »

Book Review: No One Cares What You Had for Lunch: 100 Ideas for Your Blog by Margaret Mason

A quick review at a witty and inspiring reference book for writers and bloggers. Read More »