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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However, I eeric like this book. Janey then came to Rome, with Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: View all 14 comments. I enjoyed the second half as much as the first, when it turned into almost a travelogue story as the MC heads to Europe.

You are commenting using your WordPress. Feb 26, Lenore rated it liked it Shelves: The topic—writers and writing—is a natural for any author, but it is not without its risks. But solutions to those types of problems are hard to find, because they’re so locked up in other people’s minds and hearts. I discovered Eric Arvin when another author raved about him on here. Way to go, Jayne.

Author Week Review : Galley Proof by Eric Arvin

I’ve frightened my share of religious door-knockers but I’ve never gone to the lengths read about in this story And for a while it works. If only Arvin had said what he made his character say: I did not see the point of this story at all, but I kept reading it through my foggy haze of illness until I made it to the end. I thought Glaley and Vera were amazing and would love to meet women like that on my travels.


In walks Brock Kimble, a man as unlikely as his name. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Eric Arvin resides in the same sleepy Indiana river town where he grew up. And meeting his new one, he hoped to present a good front and maybe fake his way through it. Logan was not a perfect character and neither were the other people in his life, but I got a kick out of being in his head, and the dialogue was witty, clever, and always felt natural.

But never mind, Jayne, you had your fun, so it’s all good, girl. Dad is just a prop.

To me there was no chemistry between Brock and Logan; the storyline with Janey made absolutely no sense as it did not add anything and seemed out of place. It is not all about when Logan meets Brock.

Whenever Eric Arvin writes a gallwy book I cannot wait to read it. Fiction writer Logan Brandish is perfectly happy in his peaceful small-town routine with his best friend, his cat, and his boyfriend—until he meets the editor of his next pdoof, the handsome Brock Kimble, and the lazy quiet of everyday living goes flying out the window. He had a stable albeit boring boyfriend Curtishad written some popular romance book Troubleand a female best friend Janey.

But other than that, this really didn’t do much for me. Galley Proof is Eric’s latest release. Brock is so different from anyone Logan’s ever met and he rocks Logan’s world. If only Arvin had said what he made his character say: Just what the world needs. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Galley Proof

What matters is that the more time Logan spends with Brock the deeper he realizes his emotions are for the man. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Jan 14, Susan rated it really gaalley it Shelves: You do not need to be an intermediate or advanced computer user to understand this book or to know how to implement any of the procedures.


This is also the weirdest stroke I’ve ever seen. This site uses cookies. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: July 14, at 9: Both books seem to try to be about everything, and end up leaving the reader unsure about anything.

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I think we should compose a list of books which might damage your brain. About boredom, laziness, family and how they shape or stunt us, loneliness, selfishness, proif Also, Arvin went there.

He intends to live the rest of his days with tongue in cheek and eyes set to roam.

And his use of humor is always a delight. I’m not sure what I would say that Tj hasn’t said. There was a bit of deus ex machina about the last quarter of the book and ex just happens to be in the same city in Europe that the MC is and imparts lasting wisdom at a critical juncturebut I was able to overlook this given that you hear stories like that all the time: You don’t get bogged down with miscellaneous page filling details that are not relevant to the story.

Small wonder, taking into account the fact galey the author behaved as he behaved.