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Bonnie G Roberts talks about
The paradoxical title of Bonnie Roberts' new collection of poems, To Hide in the Light, evokes the ancient story of Eve, who only thought to hide herself once she had tasted the fruit of the tree of...
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Bonnie G Roberts talks about
Akhter Ahsen, Ph.D., author of Manhunt in the Desert, and publisher, Brandon House Publishing, New York, New York, writes to Roberts about her poetry: "Modern soul is alien to poetry, and furrows...
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Bonnie G Roberts talks about
In her introduction of Bonnie Roberts at a 1992 reading in Dublin, poet Paula Meehan, of Poetry Ireland and author of The Man Who Was Marked by Winter, had the following to say about Roberts's work...
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Julia E. Antoine talks about
"Too Clever" is an illustrated collection of 10 short stories about inquisitive children and their adventures in learning. All sorts of subjects are introduced and explored by the curious kids who...
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Phibby Venable talks about
My Life on Little River by Phibby Venable 48 poems, 68 pages, $12.00 Quill and Parchment Press 2357 Merrywod Drive Suite A Los Angeles, CA 90046 Reviewed by Ed Bennett Water has been a part of poetic...
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Courtney Filigenzi talks about
Leadership is a gift, and those who possess it are both admirable and praiseworthy. Great leaders encourage and protect. They help their cause thrive and take chances that some people would never...
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pauline ramdhanie talks about
Awsome, you have a great imagination. Looking forward to reading the rest of it.
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Charles A. Ray talks about
I just loved the book. I am a dialogue person and enjoyed the dialogue between the characters. The book took me to all the locations including Columbia where I have not been yet! Most of all the book...
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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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Raissa Falgui talks about
I hesitated before buying a video of the movie version of Beezus and Ramona, having read mixed reviews. My mother, though, who gets a video of almost every new movie (we find it hard to make it to...
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While Khaled Hosseini’s runaway bestselling debut, The Kite Runner, was written from a male perspective and focused on the relationships between men, Hosseini’s second novel, A Thousand Splendid Suns...
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Jules Jacob talks about
Harrison Solow’s creative genius is apparent, and cleverly cloaked in her genre-defying novel Felicity & Barbara Pym. The story is told through Professor Mallory Cooper’s one-sided correspondence...
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Frank Sanello talks about
from HubPagesA Brilliant New Look at the Private Life and Perversions of Adolf Hitlerby Christopher Antony Meade United Kingdom Hub AuthorFinally a great novel of the twenty first century and about...
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Sharon A Geyer talks about
Matt Rees is one of my favorite writers because he has the courage and grace and talent to write novels from the Arab point of view. If the Palestinians were prone to reading Western style novels,...
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eveline de bruyn talks about
The Book of Lillith gives each of us an ocean of hope. This is the first message: anybody can find their Self, in each moment of life and in each kind of circumstance, facing fears and trusting the...
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jitu rajgor talks about
 I have gone through  'The Complete Guide to Nature Photography' by Sean Arbabi. I have taken enough time to read and understand the minute details given in the book and now can say with...
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lynn liccardo talks about
The unarticulated question running through Chick Lit: 40 Stories of Tattoos and the Women Who Wear Them: “Why’d a nice girl like you go and get a tattoo?” Thankfully, not one of the essayists replied...
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romuald dzemo ngong talks about
Dzemo Romuald, A New Poetic Voice From Africa: A Reading of His Words Lost in the Wind By Ngo Charles Nsoseka The struggle for African freedom has negotiated a crucial bend with the publication this...
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Maryanne Raphael talks about
In Dreams From My Father, Obama wrote of his efforts to understand his family, the leaps through time and the collision of cultures hoping to shine light on the question of identity and race in the...
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Suzanne Morris talks about
 “If your child or grandchild has ever wondered when Santa fits in the traditional Christmas story, now you can read them Santa’s Birthday Gift.Finally, a book that ties two holiday traditions...
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