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Published Reviews

What I Love About You
Contra Costa Times reviews
Pair's Book Prompts Expressions of Love   By Jessica Yadegaran For their 20th wedding anniversary, Kate Marshall did not give her husband, David, the...
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What I Love About You
Coffee Time Romance reviews
    Rating: 5 Cups (out of 5) WHAT I LOVE ABOUT YOUKATE MARSHALL AND DAVID MARSHALLISBN# 9780767923156, January 2007, Hardback, $13.95, 90 pages Non-Fiction/...
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The Anatomist
The New Yorker reviews
Hayes’s history of the illustrated medical text “Gray’s Anatomy” coincides with the hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary of its first publication. Fascinated by the...
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Things Kept, Things Left Behind
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Winner of the Iowa Short Fiction Award, this well-worked debut collection of 11 stories delineates life's wrenching milestones: divorce, moving, the...
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Things Kept, Things Left Behind
El Paso Times reviews
Sometimes in a Tomlinson tale, it's difficult to tell the winners from the losers, the resilient from the fragile. But his magic lies in the shadows of people's...
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Things Kept, Things Left Behind
New York Times reviews
Like the landscape, Mr. Tomlinson’s characters in these 11 stories have harder edges. Their emotions are soaked in beer and obscured by the smoky haze of...
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The Price of Passion
Lambda Rising Book Report, Bay Area Reporter, The Wishing Well reviews
“Wells’ language is a rich and varied drug… Unlike so many other highly charged novels, The Price of Passion is a fully integrated story with a compelling conflict...
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AfterShocks
The Washington Blade, Chicago Outlines, Girlfriends Magazine, Recommended Reading/True Review reviews
"AfterShocks is an achievement.  There are lines that are so filled with beauty and truth that they are sheer pleasure to read.  Jess Wells is obviously...
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Books of the Times reviews
The Palm Latitudes of Kate Braverman's passionate new novel are those hot, steamy places to the south where the sun is insolent and cactuses and banyan trees and...
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New York Times reviews
For some American fiction writers, Los Angeles has for a long time now been thought of as providing a definitive opportunity to describe uprooted characters...
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MADAPPLE
Publishers Weekly reviews
Theology is on trial in this extraordinary first novel, which alternates between courtroom transcripts and a first-person account by the heroine, Aslaug,...
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Shelf Awareness reviews
Book Review: Waiting for the Apocalypse Jan 24, 2009 Waiting for the Apocalypse: A Memoir of Faith and Family by Veronica Chater ($23.95, Norton, 9780393066036/...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
Every time I think I'm tired of memoirs 
and don't want to read another, along comes a devastatingly smart, funny one like Veronica Chater's Waiting for the...
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Daily Variety - Bags and Boards reviews
"Schmidt, an Australian creating his first comics work, has created a sweet, silly and funny story about growing up. His art is simple (eggs with smiley faces) and...
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Thorn in the Flesh
Untreed Reads website reviews
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Bitten by Books reviews
Destiny of the Wolf is the second installment in Ms. Spear’s Wolf shapeshifting series but can be read as a stand-alone. The books in the series are only loosely...
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Mosquito
Pebble Lake Review reviews
"With its popping language, lucid narrative and striking imagery, Lemon seems to have greedily plundered the entire scope of contemporary poetry for what may be...
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Human Resources
Indigo Editing reviews
Human Resources is the first collection of short stories by Josh Goldfaden. Goldfaden used alternating satire and sincerity to examine various attempts at meaning...
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OVENMAN
Emerging Writers Network reviews
"Ovenman should end up being taught in MFA programs as an incredible example of a novel centered around voice. That's not to say that all Jeff Parker has done is...
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OVENMAN
Montreal Mirror reviews
"Ovenman reads like a high calibre graphic novel, minus the graphics. Cluttered, uncomfortable, compulsively crafted, unashamed of occasional farce or relentless...
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