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Published Reviews

Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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Various reviews
“This debut novel by a successful screenwriter is a fast-paced thriller that you will want to devour in one sitting. Edgy suspense mixed with a touch of the...
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Runoff
January Magazine reviews
"[O]pens with one of the most original action sequences I’ve read ... This creative set piece and the chase that follows through the streets of Chinatown--a...
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Eros Zine reviews
If you've ever been told that dames are into the hearts-and-flowers, caress-my-inner-Goddess brand of eroticism, crack a copy of Sins of the Sirens...
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Vulture Capital
Salon.com reviews
"Coggins is … deftly using the tropes of classic private-eye fiction to give readers a cold, delightfully nasty look at the venture capitalists who rode to...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
The LA Weekly reviews
Schickel has a singular voice  and a point of view untrammeled by current parenting bromides.  In supple, economical and often very funny prose, she lays out the...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
Publisher's Weekly - starred review reviews
Candid and largely unapologietic, Los Angeles writer and mother of two Schickel indulges herself first, her kids next and arbiters of proper motherhood never in...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
The Los Angeles Times reviews
Erika Schickel, the author of "You're Not the Boss of Me," is the girlfriend we had in high school and college who was soda-through-the-nose hilarious.  ...
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It's Twins! Parent-to-Parent Advice from Infancy Through Adolescence
Library Journal reviews
(Starred Review) Writing in a humorous, take-no-prisoners style, mother-of-twins Heim (coauthor, Oh, Baby! 7 Ways a Baby Will Change Your Life the First Year)...
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It's Twins! Parent-to-Parent Advice from Infancy Through Adolescence
NOMOTC Notebook reviews
Here is a book that actually tells it like it is for parents of multiples! The author acknowledges two important facts: Only another parent of...
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The Romance Studio reviews
"Destiny of the Wolf is the sequel to Heart of the Wolf but can be read stand alone. I thoroughly enjoyed both books! Lelandi is a strong female alpha wolf and the...
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ParaNormal Romance Reviews reviews
I love Ms. Spear's lupus garou society. She creates a world that makes you believe werewolves live among us. The chemistry between Darien and Lelandi sizzles the...
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You Don't Know Me: A Citizen's Guide to Republican Family Values
the Portland Mercury reviews
"Each entry is breezily written and the snarky alphabetical headings provide a bit of levity...it's impossible not to applaud McCormack's effort to understand what...
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LA Times reviews
"These are invisible people in pockets of the city that go underchronicled... What ties them all together is Otis' strong voice, which is jittery and electric,...
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Starquest
COFFEE TIME ROMANCE reviews
I must say that Starquest takes the reader onto an awesome galactic journey. The characters are strong and convincing. Jess is a courageous woman who brings so...
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Dancing With Fate
The Romance Studio reviews
Terpsichore/Cora fell in lust at first site with Myrddin, loved him more for saving her from the Ellylldan/Goblin fire. Seems her half brother Ares, the god of war...
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Break On Through-- Illustration by Siloette
Quill & Quire reviews
"From its original plot, centred on the world of breakdancing, to its determined, complex heroine, Break on Through is an engaging slice-of-life read for teens...
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Mosquito
The Midwest Book Review reviews
"Mosquito is an enigmatic, engaging read. Ideal for those who enjoy formal and experimental poetry alike, Alex Lemon's book is a truly remarkable debut."
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Mosquito
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this edgy, energetic, even frenetic debut from a rising star of the Midwest, Lemon's jagged, commanding voice both charms and shocks: “Voice, be amazing/...
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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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