Book Reviews for “Charity Girl” by David Blixt, and “Another Time Another Place: An Anthology of Short Stories” from Writing Group, Writers@… I seem to be getting a little bit behind in my reviewing, so because these two books are both short, I thought I’d combine the two into one post for #ShortStorySunday. “Charity Girl” … Continue reading #ShortStorySunday – One Novelette and An Anthology
My #BookReview of "Uncommon Type: Some Stories" by Tom Hanks!
Book Review for “Stone Mattress: Nine Wicked Tales” by Margaret Atwood According Harper’s Bazar’s the blurb on the back of this book, “Stone Mattress, a collection of nine, acerbic, mischievous, gulpable short stories, addresses themes that will resonate with anyone familiar with Atwood’s writing. Atwood’s gimlet eye and sharp tongue are turned on the ageing … Continue reading Nine Times Naughty Atwood
Book Review for “The Lady and the Highwayman” by Sarah M. Eden. During Victorian England, there were essentially two types of books available. Of course, one was considered literature; well written tales that both middle and upper classes found worthy of reading, known as "silver-fork" novels. The other was what they called “penny dreadfuls” which … Continue reading Three for the Price of One.
I recently got the following email from my friend, author Jacey Bedford, which I had to share with my readers: Book Three of Jacey Bedford's Rowankind Trilogy Will be Here Soon! Penguin Random House just sent me a very nice email to ask me if I wanted to pre-order my own book! Though ROWANKIND isn't … Continue reading Available NOW Book 3 of Jacey Bedford’s Rowankind!
Book Review of "Little Nothing" by Marisa Silver. In one of the more beautifully written books I've ever read, Silver brings us a story that blends fantasy with reality into a hybrid fable of the weird and the wonderful, of loss and of love and so much more. I don't usually read fantasy books, but … Continue reading A Fantastical Fable
The Beginning, Middle, and End Emotional Closures in Fiction and in Reality A Great Ending! Many readers demand one in fiction. But, in real life emotional closures may be much more elusive. Have you every been “done wrong” in some way – somebody hurt your feelings, told a lie about you, cheated in a relationship, … Continue reading Guest Blog Post: “Rarity from the Hollow” author Robert Eggleton
Special eBook Price Promotion Beginning March 7 and through March 21, you can buy the eBook of Imaginary Things by Andrea Lochen for only $1.99 from: Amazon US, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, iTunes and Kobo (USA, Canada & Australia) Imaginary Things by Andrea Lochen Summary: Burned-out and broke, twenty-two-year-old single mother Anna Jennings … Continue reading Imaginary Things by Andrea Lochen eBook price promotion!
Book Review for "Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights" by Salman Rushdie. This novel, according to Rushdie's website, is "a wonder tale about the way we live now, a rich and multifaceted work that blends history, mythology, and a timeless love story to bring alive a world – our world – that has been … Continue reading In Congruence
Book Review for "The Beautiful Bureaucrat" by Helen Phillips. It is 2013 and Josephine and Joseph are newlyweds and new to the city. Broke and almost homeless, just getting jobs is more important than what they have to do at work. For Josephine, being alone in a dingy, windowless room, mindlessly entering data into a … Continue reading Data In, Lives Out