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Published Reviews

7 Tattoos: A Memoir in the Flesh
New Orleans Times-Picayune reviews
"Mr. Trachtenberg is a splendid, if curious, raconteur--world-class at literate whining . . . and close to that in assuming the comical stance of aesthete/thug (...
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7 Tattoos: A Memoir in the Flesh
SPIN reviews
"Rendered with wit, humility, passion, and a razor-sharp perspicacity that recalls Joan Didion in her prime. Seven Tattoos combines the accessibility of fiction...
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7 Tattoos: A Memoir in the Flesh
Washington Post Book World reviews
The artistry and humor of his wriitng, the pain of his mercilessly self-punishing insights, the relentlessness of ihs guilty misanthropy and the stream of sadness...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
The Art Blog by Bob reviews
The Renaissance "arose within a maelstrom of enormously potent political, economic, and social change," writes Angela K. Nickerson in A Journey into Michelangelo's...
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Writing Begins with the Breath
Story Circle Book Reviews reviews
Laraine Herring's book is about the "being" aspect of writing, not just the brain-centered "doing." The practice she describes is "deep writing," and Herring...
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Writing Begins with the Breath
LA Yoga reviews
Book Review Writing Begins with the Breath, Embodying Your Authentic Voice By Laraine Herring Shambala, 2007 Destiny dropped this book in my lap just in the nick...
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Bergers Book Reviews Blog reviews
"Rarely do I find a book so enjoyable that I savor it in small nibbles, like fine chocolate. Accidental Cowgirl is such a book. Mary Lynn Archibald brings this...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
The Houston Chronicle reviews
"Nickerson takes a detailed look at the relationship between the legendary artist and city where he spent most of his life. Interweaving Roman history with details...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
National Post reviews
Life of Ernie Is Wild and FreeFrom the National Post To say Ernie J. Zelinski has taken the road less travelled would be a large understatement. Quite simply, the...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
the Perceptive Travel Blog reviews
"Written by Angela K. Nickerson, A Journey into Michelangelo’s Rome looks like a coffee table book and acts like a travel guide and history/art lesson. It is also...
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The New York Times reviews
"...Ms. Doyon's book spans decades and takes some powerful, serious turns. Without overburdening her material, she develops an array of serious acts and...
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Isthmus, Madison's alternative weekly, reviews
Mary Bergin clearly had a blast researching this book. She takes readers on a statewide tour to meet "burger flippers and entrée artists," to enjoy "glimpses of...
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The Vampire...In My Dreams
Ghost Writer Literary Reviews reviews
This story is masterfully told, giving each character (Marissa and Dominic) their own chapters told from their POV (point of view)…a most clever and unique way to...
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Armchair Reviews reviews
"Praise for Terry Spear! I thoroughly enjoy werewolf books but sometimes they tend to get a little too stereotypical for me. We all know that werewolves shift with...
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Jennifer's Random Musings reviews
"In what is one of my favorite reads so far this year, Terry Spear provides readers with a suspenseful paranormal romance that I couldn't put down! The strong and...
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Gather reviews
Terry Spear’s wolves are neither wild not tame. They live in small towns, keeping their identity secret from their human friends, running hospitals, schools,...
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Starquest
Long And Short Reviews reviews
Ms. Lyn does a great job making surprise characters, like Jaii and other ships’ computers, seem ordinary. And, it’s refreshing that various characters share a...
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Starquest
The Pen and Muse reviews
This wonderful tale takes place in a trouble time. A time in which the Union’s stranglehold on Earth is strong and the enemy, the Grakk's have spies lurking in...
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Mosquito
CutBank Reviews reviews
"Lemon’s passion and vulnerability will strip bare your conscience. There will be only scars remaining where doubt used to be—in places you never thought there...
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Human Resources
Publishers Weekly reviews
"The seven far-out stories in Goldfaden's impressive debut explore the absurd without giving in to it. The first story, 'The Veronese Circle,' encapsulates a four-...
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