After finishing the book, the first thing that stood up in my mind is the quality of the writing. In these short stories, sometimes a whole world was discovered...

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The world-building is incredible. There are elements of the Grass Sea, reincarnation, cultural aspects & ramifications, technology, cities landscapes, and more...

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Writing a book is a significant undertaking, whether it’s your first or you’ve been published several times before. Among the challenges is management of ideas...

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Conrad Aiken (5 August, 1889 – 17 August, 1973) was an American writer and poet. Mr. Aiken was a Pulitzer Prize winner and a U.S. Poet Laureate. ...

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A 7-year-old boy recalls the memories of a missing 22-year-old musician in this psychological thriller about fierce love between mothers and sons...

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Gaiman lets the reader do a lot of the imagining, he stays away from overexplaining “how” or even “why” – many things are “just is”. ...

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This is a powerful book, it starts a bit slowly but picks up soon after, and is certainly difficult to put down once the trial begins...

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Alexis de Tocqueville was a French philosopher, historian, diplomat, and scientist. He is known for his two volumes of Democracy in America...

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Alias Emma by Ava Glass was a fast read, and very enjoyable. It is more of a thriller than an espionage novel, nevertheless, I found myself engaged....

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The strength of this book is the fantastic research that went into the story, Jewish culture, as well as life in Salerno, the medicine Rebecca used for healing...

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Author Q and A: Kenneth Wishnia
Author Q&A / March 1, 2011

The unique book "The Fifth Servant" a smart mystery which is funny and interesting. The book is an interesting read about the Jewish ghetto in Prague...

Guest Post: 5 Reasons You’re Not Writing Your Novel
Guest Posts / March 1, 2011

5 Reasons You’re Not Writing Your Novel This post was written by Jessica Stilling who also writes for buy adderall now and medical assistant So you’ve always wanted to be a writer. Maybe you got that fancy MFA, or you sit in your room during all hours of the night typing away, or maybe you fantasize about what it would be like to be a best selling author at your day job. Whatever the case, you know it’s time to write that novel an...

New Blog Features
Uncategorized / February 18, 2011

Today I debut a new feature I have been working on for some time.  If you take a look at the menu bar on top you’ll see a new category “In a Glance”.  Underneath you’ll be able to gain easy access to book reviews either by title or author’s last name as well as the author Q&A feature. I hope this feature will help you (and me to be honest) navigate the blog.  After all, we are still reading books fro...

Cover Gallery: The Graveyard Book
Cover Gallery / February 12, 2011

Like many bibliophile I am also somewhat enamored by book covers.  I don't judge a book by its cover, but I certainly pre-judge it as many of us do (but that's the topic for another post).  I am also a comic art collector (well, before kids that is) and have about 10 reviews of graphic novel in my "draft" folder (at the time of this post) - so yes, I like pretty pictures....

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