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josie-brown's picture
May.08.2011
"Brown (Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives) takes baby mania to its illogical, hysterical extreme in this bubbly romp. Thirty-seven-year-old Katie's biological clock is ticking like a time bomb, and she turns her baby obsession into a wildly successful consultant gig planning nurseries for...
lincoln-park's picture
May.01.2011
Just who ARE those people who pre-heat their lives to 350¡and stew for hours just to enter baking contests?   Have you ever wondered what REALLY happens at one of those things?   LiNCOLN PARK fans, rejoice! This time, she’s got us smack in the middle of a national bake-off – where the contestants...
beverley-bie-brahic's picture
Apr.10.2011
"A compelling work of autobiographical fiction, Hélène Cixous's Hemlock weaves tragedy and comedy, narrative and meditation in its exploration of various human attachments:  between an elderly but still truculent mother and her writer-daughter, between the mother and her sister, and...
everett-scofield's picture
Apr.06.2011
As the second world war draws to its conclusion Hitler's scientists discover time travel. Hitler hatches a plan to rule the future by changing the past. The Thousand Year Reich is born. In the twenty first century, the world is at war. New, horrible diseases are rampant. Amidst the madness a man is...
terry-spear's picture
Mar.25.2011
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Mar.20.2011
  The past clashes with the present, and one woman finds herself fighting for her own identity in the past so that she can have a future with the man she loves--but with her ancestor's hold over her--Lisa Welsh and Jack Stanton only have a ghost of a chance at love.    Lisa Welsh...
hal-niedzviecki's picture
Mar.17.2011
The acclaimed author of The Peep Diaries and Hello, I'm Special returns to fiction, and delivers a mind-altering collection of short stories that confront the hypocrisies, humiliations and hilarities of modern life. Hal Niedzviecki's past books have established him as one of North America's...
leigh-anne-lindsey's picture
Mar.15.2011
"A flaw in the fabric of the way things are, and a mad monk who wanders through time as well as space, jolt down-on-his-luck tour guide Raymond Kidd out of a lethargic solitude, reuniting him with his wives in two separate lifetimes and then tearing him away from them both to go rescue another...
sarah-stone's picture
Mar.13.2011
A Kite in the Wind: Fiction Writers on Their Craft is an anthology of essays by 20 veteran writers and master teachers. While the contributors offer specific, practical advice on such fundamental aspects of craft as characterization, character names, the first person point of view, and unreliable...
terry-spear's picture
Mar.12.2011
A vampire wishes upon a falling star and ends up with more than he bargained for. When he attempts to rescue a woman in distress, he soon learns she's not quite human and not a huntress--or at least like any he's ever known. That's when the seduction begins--but who is seducing whom?...