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Abe F. March talks about
Author D.K. Christi is a true romantic. Her ability to describe the beauty in nature is only surpassed by the inner beauty she portrays in finding true love. She writes as though she has...
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Dear Sir, I am interested in Paris because it's beautiful and I have my family there. Paris is not just the city of lights, also the city of romance. It has so much to offer when it comes to hotels,...
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Laura McHale Holland talks about
Several months ago my husband and I went to Readers' Books in the beautiful town of Sonoma to see Adair Lara read from her latest book, Naked, Drunk, and Writing: Writing Essays and Memoirs for Love...
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Jenya Krein talks about
Essays from «Works on Paper» (1986), «Outside Stories» (1992), «Karmic Traces» (2000).
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Deja Whitehouse talks about
The following review of "Einstein's Question" was posted by George Berger on the TTA Press INTERACTION forum: I read this fascinating novel several weeks ago and would like to discuss some of its...
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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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Amy Reed talks about
The Beautiful Being is the third and final book in Jessica Inclan’s paranormal romance trilogy, which includes the books Intimate Beings and Being With Him. It is the story of Edan and Ava, exiled...
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Teri LaFlesh talks about
Thank you thank you thank you to PJ for writing this book! I am waiting for a book of mine to be published in Spring, and I've been filled with questions like a giant balloon. But at the same time, I...
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Michael Anthony talks about
“There are plenty of books about war, usually featuring the trigger-pullers who directly engage the enemy. Mass Casualties looks at war from a different angle, that of those who try to save the...
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FOLA mordecai talks about
A marriage so similar,yet different. people of diverse background,inspiration,aspiration and knowledge. even marriage of the same ethnic inclination,with different orientation.
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"Optimistic, deeply insightful, and filled with real-life examples, this book is a must for those of us who are willing to invest the time to develop the skills and agility necessary to make these...
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Scott Mittelsteadt talks about
I've read a couple of King's books and I think I like this one the best. Its obvious (at least to a lay person like myself) that King put a lot of research into this story. Between the descriptions...
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Cheryl L Snell talks about
Despite the chattering masses insistence that we have left behind the shackles of monochromatic forms, most lovers of literature remain lodged within the confines of the printed word. No pictures, no...
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Rachel Madorsky talks about
Maestro by Rachel Madorsky shows the reader many ways to change their destiny. The engaging tales captivate and enlighten. Several people come to Rachel for help, and find it. She opens a door to...
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Kim Hoffman talks about
The works of Eddie Muller, including his organization of the Noir Film Festivals, are indispensable to the genre. Few equal his knowledge of the subject, and fewer, if any, surpass it. He's probably...
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FOLA mordecai talks about
i hope huntress year two will come quickly,so as not to keep us in suspension for long. why did you want to kill USA Nobel laureate,please tell me .
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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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Reece Manley talks about
You are now reading a book review. In your mind you likely hear a voice "reading out loud" these words to yourself. Questions: Who is reading out loud? Who is the voice reading to? Dr. Reece W....
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Anthony S Policastro talks about
By Anthony S. Policastro When you read FINN by Jon Clinch, you are immediately taken back to the 19th century where the story begins about the detestable life of Pap Finn, the father of Huckleberry...
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