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Is it love? Or is it…Dark Chemistry?
- DARK CHEMISTRY: "Romance, suspense, action, chemistry." "A page-turner." "Plot based on all-too-possible, scary science."
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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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
Today’s Musing Mondays prompt: Other than for school, do you read books to learn how to do something? What was/were the topic(s)? There are a several types of how-to books I read from time to time. I sometimes pick up … Continue reading
This weeks prompt: Do you listen to audiobooks? Why or why not? No, I don’t — because I work from home. If I commuted I could see myself doing it — assuming I could find audio versions of books I … Continue reading
Like many of us writers, I’ve finished more than one novel — if by “finished” you mean there are files on my hard drive with lots of words in them. I’ve also done what “they” advise writers to do: after … Continue reading
Author Hannah Sternberg (debut YA novel just out) has an essay with an interesting premise: “B-side books” — less-than-famous novels by famous writers.
It’s easy enough to assert that books “make a difference” — now Alain de Botton has gone a step further to explain how: One effect of writing . . . is that, once readers have put the book down and … 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
Pretty amazing bit of literary investigation, here. Bill Steigerwald set off to retrace the trip John Steinbeck recounted in Travels with Charley, and discovered that the trip was largely fictionalized. My initial motives for digging into Travels With Charley were … Continue reading