[NOTE: It’s recently come to my attention that Bellus magazine and its accompanying website have gone defunct, leaving the below links. Fortunately, all of the reviews listed below can be found right here on Tumblr.]
As I begin to update my blog, I thought I’d post a few links to reviews I’ve written for Bellus magazine that have been published on-line:
More to come as they get published on-line.
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