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She doesn’t know what’s worse. Her dog problems? Or her man problems…
- LOOSE DOGS: "An ordinary girl who turns into a hero and finds love." "A wonderful novel, full of comedy without overlooking life's sadness and cruelty."
Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
- CAN JOB: "A cleverly-written, plot-driven tale." "Wonderful, funny workplace comedy and satire of corporate culture." "An entertaining book with the flavor of 'The Office.'"
First she saw the faeries. Then the Internet found out.
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Category Archives: Book Reviews
It’s been said too many times by too many other writers to be anything but a cliché — but wow — there’s nothing in the world that feels quite like it, when someone reads your book and likes it and … Continue reading
News flash! “When Libby Met the Fairies” is NOT a stock romance. So no — I’m not sorry Libby isn’t a “strong,” Feminist, heroic character — because that’s not what she is. She’s a troubled and rather weak woman, yanked … Continue reading
Thanks to John Wiswell for hosting this blog hop! Please go visit his blog for more #bestreads2011. Here are mine :-) A Classic Portrait of a Lady. One of the great things about my Kindle is that there are so … Continue reading
I have my dad to thank for this one. He grew up in the same town as the author (Germantown, NY), bought the book, and lent it to me. The Blessing is a memoir about a tragic family that opens … Continue reading
In today’s Wall Street Journal, Fergus Bordewich reviews Mightier Than the Sword by David S. Reynolds: a book about Harriet Beecher Stowe’s 1852 novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Bordewich quotes from the book that in the first year after its release, … Continue reading
I have an idea to help new ebook writers (novelists, to start) get reviews on places like Amazon and B&N. Here’s how it would work. A writer with a published e-novel would submit a review copy to me. The writer … Continue reading
So I finished reading Bright Young People: The Lost Generation of London’s Jazz Age by D.J. Taylor (part of an Evelyn Waugh thing I’ve taken on — g*d I’m such a lit nerd! lol). Some similarities between that generation & … Continue reading
In the prologue to his biography of Thomas Jefferson, Joseph Ellis shares several anecdotes about people who, upon learning that he was writing the book, volunteered their input into how he should approach his subject. If you’ve spent any time … Continue reading