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Pick a Sin You Can Live With

Title/Author: Horns by Joe Hill

Publication Date/Publisher: March 1, 2010/William Morrow

Series: No

Source and Format: Own

Rating: 3 stars

From Goodreads:

Ignatius Perrish spent the night drunk and doing terrible things.

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My Review: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Uffda….where to start….I found myself at times so aggravated with this book that I wished nothing more to give it a hard throw against a solid brick wall….whilst at the same time, I really found myself enjoying the writing style of du Maurier. 643 more words


Vintage by Susan Gloss

This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.


Violet, the owner of Hourglass Vintage, knows the history behind the pieces in her store. 637 more words


The Good News

My novel, tentatively titled “No Awkward Goodbyes” has been sold to Chelsey Emmelhainz at the William Morrow division of HarperCollins


Review: A Land More Kind Than Home

Title:  A Land More Kind Than Home

Author:  Wiley Cash

Publisher:  William Morrow, HarperCollins, 2012

I took a deep breath while sitting in my apartment living room on the north end of Seattle. 164 more words

Book Review

New Nonfiction: The Return of George Washington - Edward Larson

I never cease to be amazed at how historians are able to uncover new slants on lives that have taken many passes under the critical microscope. 269 more words


Publicity: Hieroglyph - edited by Ed Finn and Kathryn Cramer

anthology of speculative fiction was born out of a challenge Neal Stephenson posed to sci fi writers to ignite the imaginations of younger readers to create a better future just as the writers of the Golden Age of Science Fiction had. 189 more words