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Published Reviews

Before the Storm
New York Times best-selling author, Mary Alice Monroe reviews
“Diane Chamberlain is the Southern Jodi Picoult.”
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Before the Storm
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Chamberlain lays out her latest piece of romantic suspense in a shattered chronology that’s as graceful as it is perfectly paced. . . . her engrossing prose leads...
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Portland Tribune reviews
Casagrande exhibits total comfort with her topic. Every chapter focuses on a seeming fallacy of grammar and then discloses whether it is, in fact, wrong. She is...
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Matters of Faith
Fiction Nation - XM Satellite reviews
Part I, Fiction Nation Homepage: Coming up on Fiction Nation... Kristy Kiernan came strong out of the gate with her novel Catching Genius, and we had a great time...
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Boston Globe reviews
Look at him now Boston Globe Sept 25 2007 At peace with Asperger's and his troubled youth, Augusten Burroughs's older brother tells his own story in a...
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New York Times reviews
By most standards, John Elder Robison has led an interesting life. He created smoking guitars and other special effects for the rock band Kiss, worked on video...
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Psychology Today reviews
Since learning about Asperger's, I have read just about every personal account I can find with regard to Asperger's. While I found all of them interesting, I can...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Baker, a former columnist for the online magazine Literary Mama living in Madison, Wis., is busy on her novel—with a protagonist she happens to have diagnosed with...
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The Disorder of Longing
Library Journal reviews
An engrossing blend of female self-discovery and grand adventure that is reminiscent of both Kate Chopin's The Awakening and Avi's The True Confessions of...
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Just Breathe by Susan Wiggs
Booklist reviews
BOOKLIST Just Breathe. By Susan Wiggs. Sept. 2008. 480p. MIRA, $24.95 (9780778325772). REVIEW First published August, 2008 (Booklist). Sarah Moon’s life abruptly...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Booklist reviews
The creatures on an animal sanctuary provide the voices in this collection of playful poetry.... From the cover image of one vulnerable lamb to the farm overviews...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
OurHenHouse.com reviews
Continuing with our childlike theme, we will talk with children’s book author and animal advocate, Maya Gottfried, about her new book, Our Farm, which is a...
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Fairies of Bladderwhack Pond
Amazon.com reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Family Fun, November 17, 2008 We were given this book on the last day of Comic Con 2008. It is a great book for family bedtime story...
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Cozy Library reviews
Even when I’m interested in a premise or story concept, I can be disappointed in how the author handles it. Not so with Stacy Juba. She did a great job with the...
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Too Shy to Stop reviews
In her newest book Daughters of Empire: A Memoir of a Year in Britain and Beyond, poet and essayist Jane Satterfield writes, “What surprised me most when I settled...
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Waltzing Australia
The Compulsive Reader reviews
Clampitt's warm, evocative and open-hearted writing soon won me over. She has a particular gift for describing the natural world and her accounts of rainforests,...
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Waltzing Australia
BookPleasures reviews
Waltzing Australia is a splendid travelogue that delivers in spades and anyone contemplating a trip to “Down Under,” or even armchair travelers, would be more than...
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Waltzing Australia
Review the Book reviews
Cynthia Clampitt had a secure job with a steady paycheck and decided to leave it all behind to pursue her dream of becoming a writer. She packed up her stuff and...
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THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE reviews
Tender look at Mailer By Jan Gardner, Globe Correspondent January 31, 2010 Around Provincetown, Norman Mailer was known as a regular guy. He chatted with locals as...
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The Pedestal Magazine reviews
From the title alone, you know that Girl on a Bridge will probably involve danger, personal transition, or perhaps lost youth. Suzanne Frischkorn's second poetry...
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