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Published Reviews

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Publisher's Weekly reviews
In her debut, Polson offers a memoir of her journey down a river of grief, set against the sparkling beauty of the wilderness of her native Alaska..Polson shares...
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"Iron"
MungBeing Magazine reviews
"It’s rare to find so many layers in a collection of short stories that draw from so many elements such as myth, pathos, symbolism, philosophic thought, tragedy...
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Dallas Morning News reviews
"I honestly thought Me & Emma was about as perfect a book as I could ever want to read, with absolutely no need for a follow-up. But now that I’ve read What...
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The Plot Whisperer Book of Writing Prompts: Easy Exercises to Get You Writing
The Writer Magazine reviews
Martha Alderson, a.k.a "The Plot Whisperer," has been a nationally recognized plot consultant for 15 years. Here she offers loads of exercises to help writers...
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My Life Map
A Mommy's Place reviews
Here’s what’s up with the BlogHer Book Club these days: My Life Map: A Journal to Help You Shape Your Future by Kate and David Marshall. Not so much a book to...
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My Life Map
Angela Amman reviews
Untangling the different strands of my life goals can seem daunting at times. With only so many hours in a day and so many weeks in a year, I can fall into the...
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My Life Map
lil' Burghers reviews
If you asked me what I wanted to be when I was 5, I would have said a veterinarian. When I was 18, that changed to a teacher. Now at 29, I am happy in...
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My Life Map
Kapachino reviews
I’m someone who thrives when I have goals and a plan in place to get there. Not just for the big stuff like my family, education, and career, but for little things...
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My Life Map
Unintentially Brilliant reviews
When I was in high school, we had a project where we had to make a timeline of our life. Birth to death, and everything in between. I got married, had two children...
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My Life Map
Complex Mom reviews
To say that reading this book may have caused some sleepless nights and a little hyperventilation on my part is an understatement. Telling someone who is notorious...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Blogging Authors, Amazon, and other places reviews
For those readers fortunate enough to have read Christopher Meeks’ first short story collection - THE MIDDLE-AGED MAN AND THE SEA - and discovered the...
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Still Life With Devils
Publishers Weekly reviews
Still Life with Devils Deborah Grabien. Drollerie (Ingram, dist.), $15.95 paper (218p) ISBN 978-0-9798-0810- 4 Grabien (New-Slain Knight) turns to supernatural...
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The Last Good Freudian
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
``I was born and brought up to be in psychoanalysis and, as a result, much of my adult life was spent on the couch.'' Thus begins Brenda Webster's new memoir,...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Rebecca's Reads reviews
In high school, I discovered Charles Bukowski, John Fante, and Raymond Carver.  I subsequently realized I was a lover of short story fiction.  As a...
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East Eats West
Diacritics reviews
Christina Vo revisits Andrew Lam’s two previous memoir essay collections, Perfume Dreams and East Eats West, and previews his forthcoming...
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FanBoyWonder reviews
...we wish to spotlight what we see as a promising new five-issue mini-series from DC Comics that’s hitting stores Wednesday—The Huntress: Year One. Here’s the...
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Facing North reviews
John Michael Greer offers material that more resembles “second wave” druidry from the 18th and 19th century, with a blend of Celtic-flavored nature religion, and...
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Merry Go Round Reviews reviews
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14 In the 1980s in Nashville, the Snow White Killer murdered ten women who looked similar with their dark hair and the red lipstick painted haphazardly all over...
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"The Reality Machine" by Cliff Burns
Strange Adventures (U.K.) reviews
"At last Canada has found a literary equivalent to David Cronenberg."
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Evans demonstrates his playwright’s mastery of dialogue and tension in his accomplished and whimsical first novel about love and the bizarre behavior it ignites....
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