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Almost Last Chance-Free Autographed Dean Koontz Book!

This giveaway ends tomorrow at Midnight! So I wanted to make sure to repost to give everyone a chance to enter! Go to the Rafflecopter link here: … 68 more words

Library

Remember: We Writers Are a Lucky Bunch

GUEST POST by Dede Perkins

I have a confession to make. Even though I write for a living and tell people I really do love writing, as you’ll see in a moment, some part of me, in fact, really does not love writing. 756 more words

Inspiration

Have You Read the CHEF TELL Biography?

If you have read this book and liked it, and wish to help sell more copies for the author, please click on the link and go to the Reviews area on the page and post a comment and how many stars the work deserves. 8 more words

Biography

Colors of the Wind, an Extraordinary Picture Book

Book Review by Kirsti Call

When I opened the package containing Colors of the Wind, by J. L. Powers and George Mendoza, I instantly knew it would be a hit with my kids. 168 more words

Kidlit

Black Herstory Month #thisbook

Fantastic evening at UCL, great panel of writers, poets and bloggers on their must read book by a woman of colour.

Here is the list they suggested: 178 more words

Books & Book Reviews

Veiled irrelevance: a surprising point of connection?

As ever slow on the uptake, but I finally got round to reading Azar Nafisi’s beautifully written 2004 book, Reading Lolita in Tehran. It is a rich, highly thoughtful and thought-provoking memoir from an Iranian English literature professor about her life and students (in particular the small but diverse group of women in her reading group). 913 more words

Culture

Tricks and Tips for a Successful Book Launch Party

By Jen Malone

Last month I got to play Queen For The Night when my local library held the launch party for my debut novel… 901 more words

Children's Books