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Long and Short Romance Reviews reviews
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
BookPage reviews
“A bold, richly detailed story about the young daughter of a well-known calligrapher in turn-of-the 20th-century Korea. . . . [A] vivid, heartfelt portrait of...
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Newsblaze reviews
Eric Barnes has a smash debut novel hitting upon a subject that is clearly newsworthy. Shimmer is based upon one of the oldest money-making plots known as "The...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
This topical fiction debut from Memphis news publisher Barnes is a cautionary thriller about ambition and corruption in corporate America. Robbie Case, the 35-year...
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Louisville Magazine reviews
“I have strong ties to Louisville because I’ve lived here for 13 years, but I never really felt tied to Kentucky itself as a place the way so many Kentucky writers...
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Poemeleon reviews
Unlike my ex-girlfriends, The Gravity Soundtrack didn’t disappoint me at all. It’s an engaging, pleasurable read, from cover to cover. Keane, a graduate of...
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Women's Review of Books, January / February 2009 - via Poetry Daily reviews
Erin Keane's The Gravity Soundtrack is, paradoxically, the most irreverent of the books considered here, as well as the most concerned with spirituality....
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Silke Heiss reviews
It is more than a year since the perfectly named Letters to the World was born. The book emerged out of the collaborative efforts of members of the Wom-po LISTSERV...
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Pod-dy Mouth reviews
NOTE: This is the review that started it all. Pod-dy Mouth was a popular website at the time, reviewing books printed on demand. The reviewer was anonymous, though...
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THE HEALING POWER OF GRIEF: The Journey Through Loss to Life & Laughter by Gloria Lintermans & Marilyn Stolzman, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.
COUNSELLING TODAY: Newsletter of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors reviews
Dr Stolzman is a psychotherapist who specializes in grief counselling and is the Director of the H.O.P.E. Unit Foundation for Bereavement, Loss and Transition in...
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THE HEALING POWER OF LOVE: Transcendin the Loss of a Spouse to New Love
Midwest Book Review reviews
Co-authored by Gloria Lintermans and Marilyn Stolzman, THE HEALING POWER OF LOVE: Transcending the Loss of a Spouse To New Love is a sensitive guide through...
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Cartwheels in a Sari
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Tamm's parents met in the Manhattan apartment of the guru Sri Chinmoy and quickly married each other at his insistence; when they violated his commandment not to...
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H-Net Reviews reviews
Readers will note the many parallels between the 1968 and 2008 Indiana Democratic primaries. Both primaries, held as usual late in the campaign season, mattered...
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Rocky Mountain News reviews
Author’s background: In addition to writing, Davis spends a lot of his time walking. According to his bio, he researches walking guides, "after spending the...
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MiPOEesias reviews
At the heart of Annie Finch lies a soul whose groundwork is tilled in the art of quietude, a ’sincerity of the individual self, or soul.’ And it is this foundation...
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About.com Blues reviews
"Based on over 100 interviews with people who were there at the beginning of Jimi's career, many of whom have never previously spoken on the record, authors Steven...
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My Postwar Life
The Japan Times reviews
My Postwar Life: New Writings From Japan and Okinawa, edited by Elizabeth McKenzie. Chicago Quarterly Review Books, 324 pp., $19.95 (hardcover) The first entry in...
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Amazon reviews
"Rose of Raby" tells the story of Cecylee, a girl belonging to England's royal Neville family in the 15th century. Although this book is fiction, it aims at...
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