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Published Reviews

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Booklist reviews
From Booklist in the Feb 15 issue College professor Tom Nelson has it bad in the wake of a devastating tragedy: the death of his son at thehands of his own wife,...
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BarnesandNoble.com reviews
www.barnesandnoble.com/reviewAccidental Cowgirl: Six Cows, No Horse and No Clue by Mary Lynn Archibald(Paperback)Customer Rating for this product is 5 out of 5 A...
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America Bound
BIG MUDDY reviews
"Radavich's poetry resonates with sincerity and reveals a truth that speaks beyond the page. It is not poetry confined to the most intellectual of circles...
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Crypt of the Moaning Diamond
Fantasy Debut reviews
I enjoyed this novel and if you are looking for a fun, quick read, you probably will as well. And if you are a former gamer, it may bring back some fond memories....
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Ex Libris, Friends of the Healdsburg Library, The Healdsburg Tribune reviews
"Larry Archibald...strode in and out of her life until, after her freshman year at San Jose State and during the depths of the Depression, they married. The...
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At Face Value: My Triumph Over A Disfiguring Cancer
Contra Costa Times reviews
"When he (Healey) came to grips with the fact that he needed to work on his inner self and inner scars as opposed to concentrating on the outer scars and...
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Tangent Online reviews
This story has a surprise ending, which usually I wouldn't like, except in this case it turned what would have been a forgettable story into one that demands to be...
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Emerald City reviews
[T]he star contribution to the anthology, without a shadow of a doubt, is 'The Strange Case of the Lovecraft Cafe' by M.F. Korn, Des Lewis and Jeff Vandermeer...
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The Mumpsimus reviews
You will want a copy... Weird stories about food. And weird poems about food. And recipes for foodish items. And a beautiful, amusing cover.
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The Agony Column reviews
What could easily be one of the smartest, coolest and best anthologies to show up in 2004 . . . This is one of those rockin' really weird Rick-books that you...
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OVENMAN
Boldtype reviews
"While the plot is certifiably hilarious, it's really When's voice that's in the driver's seat. Dazed, confused, and occasionally caring, he carries all 250 pages...
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Vulpes Libris reviews
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Raging Bibliomania reviews
In The Brightest Moon of the Century, readers meet endearing and affable Edward, a young man who is locked in a struggle with the world and his place in it. After...
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The Alcehmy of Air
Various reviews
"a superb narrative of these brilliant men and their scientific discovery. . . . Science writing of the first order." – Kirkus Reviews (starred) Hager's "fine book...
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A Robe of Feathers and Other Stories
Publishers Weekly reviews
Thersa Matsuura. Counterpoint (PGW, dist.), $14.95 paper (192p) ISBN 9781582434896 "Inspired by Japanese folklore, Matsuura’s debut story collection is as clever...
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Ice Song
Philadelphia Gay News reviews
“Ice Song” is definitely a compelling read, largely due to the fact that Sorykah is such a well-developed character. She has an equally intense and complex sense...
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Amazon Reviews reviews
5 out of 5 stars "With sly sarcasm and a healthy dose of self-deprecation, but most of all, love, Rummel-Hudson has written a memoir I wouldn’t say is sappy at all...
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John Scalzi's "Whatever" reviews
"Since I know the people in the book, I can’t say that I’m at all objective about it, but folks, this is a good book. Rob writes well, with humor and anger and...
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Brain, Child (Summer 2008) reviews
When the instructor of the Lamaze class that Rummel-Hudson attended with his pregnant wife said, “So the first thing the nurse will do is hand the new baby to you...
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AterEllen.com reviews
Linda Morganstein’s new novel My Life With Stella Kane is a funny, sharp look at what it was like to be gay in 1950’s Hollywood.
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