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I start to read the book with the dictionary near.And...The book swallowed me absolutely,or I have swallowed the book.(It's impossible to say now!)But i really was not able to stop at least for to...
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Jodee C Kulp talks about
. . . and it's not just "Who killed Doc Johnson?", the well-liked chiropractor in Riverdale, Minnesota. We will get to that "something" later, but first the novel, "The Whitest Wall." I can say with...
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Kulp captures the chaotic turmoil of culturally-muddled miscommunication and FAS brain fog of lost-boy Kevin, a 21-year-old going-on-ten jailed for murder, seemingly by his own matter-of-fact...
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Nicola Chambers talks about
I learned about this book when I was browsing Barnes and Noble.com. Yes I go on the website and look for new books all the time. The premise intrigued me and it was placed on my list of books that I...
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Review by Donna Gillespie Here's the ultimate resource for writers who wish to seek support from a community of writers. Eileen Malone's "The Complete Guide to Writers' Groups, Conferences, and...
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Salman Rushdie's classic book, Midnight's Children, is finally going to be made into a movie. Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie's panoramic 1981 allegory of the birth of modern India, is...
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Review by Donna Gillespie Here's the ultimate resource for writers who wish to seek support from a community of writers. Eileen Malone's "The Complete Guide to Writers' Groups, Conferences, and...
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Delia Cabe talks about
Thank you for writing this book. I have been writing about the loss of my boyfriend to brain cancer and understand the energy writing a book such as yours takes. The writing is lovely, so touching!...
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I just completed "America, America" by Ethan Canin. Bump elbows with him here: It left me stunned and gasping for more. The story telling skills and flowing descriptions of a bygone era are both...
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David Niall Wilson talks about
A long, long time ago I read a short story that stuck with me (no pun intended) titled SMOOTHPICKS. That story was published in Deathrealm Magazine, and the author was a lady named Elizabeth Massie...
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Tess Callahan talks about
The Library Journal 4/15/09: Callahan spins a dark, gritty tale of love, yearning, and choices while presenting engaging characters and substantial action that packs more than a few punches. Wise...
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Dulcey Lima talks about
NO TIME TO WAVE GOODBYE Jacqueline Mitchard’s newest book No Time to Wave Goodbye was just released and I devoured it. It is the riveting sequel to Deep End of the Ocean, Mitchard’s first novel...
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Charles Redner talks about
A true story about a boxer's love for a son born with Down syndrome. Don't look for a boxing book filled with blood and guts. Sure "Down But Never Out" has its share of fisticuffs and ring mayhem....
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Here's a review posted on Amazon.com 'Landscape with Fragmented Figures,' Jeff Vande Zande's second novel, is a gripping meditation on academia and blue-collar culture. Vande Zande possesses a keen...
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Rachel Madorsky talks about
"Symphony of Your Karma" is a vivid account of individuals’ healing journeys, as they travel into their karmic past to determine and attempt to resolve the issues that haunt and plague them in the...
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Ellen R. Sheeley talks about
When an elderly gardener at a suburban Paris travel lodge hands 16-year-old orphan Rachel and her 10-year-old brother Marcel a small carved and gilded nightingale and instructs them to flee from four...
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Written by Steven B. Herrmann, 2009 We have used the interview format to bring the lyrical rhythms of American poetry to life and have tried our best to stay away from psychological terminology that...
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John Allen talks about
In-depth view of separate development (apartheid), June 2, 2009 By QBA (Toronto, Canada) This review is from: Apartheid South Africa: An Insider's Overview of the Origin and Effects of Separate...
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Book Review The Kerryman Newspaper April 15th 2009 p20 Sweet Tale of a Rose by Marisa Reidy The supernatural love of a fictional Rose of Tralee is the subject of a new book. Always and Forever: Katie...
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"A Bill of Rights for Divorced Kids" is an innovative and much needed idea. My own book, "How To Live Alone Until You Like It...and then You're Ready for Somebody Else," (published in 1994)was mainly...
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