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Love Finds Faith: The Homeward Journey Book 2 by Martha Rogers ~ Review ~

Love Finds Faith: The Homeward Journey Book 2 by Martha Rogers

Love Finds Faith is the second novel in the Homeward Journey series, in which a family in the post Civil War years is featured. 871 more words

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The Good Terrorist

I never read Doris Lessing. A friend, who is a dramatist, told me she was among her favorite writers. Ms. Lessing is well-known. A Noble Prize winner for Literature, “The Good Terrorist” was short listed for the Booker Prize. 496 more words

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READ THIS: Kim Hyesoon's Sorrowtoothpaste Mirrorcream

Wow.

First off, the title Sorrowtoothpaste Mirrorcream is enough to make me drool over this book.

Second, Hyperallergic’s wonderful review of Hyesoon’s recent book of poetry, translated by Don Mee Choi, just simply makes me slobber for poetry that “suggests a grossly visceral alternative to the capitalist world.” 99 more words

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30DBC Day 09: A book you thought you wouldn’t like but ended up loving

It’s so exciting that I’ve gotten this far! I don’t think I’ve blogged this much in such a long time – plus I have one more potential challenge coming after this. 675 more words

30 Day Book Challenge

"Not For the Faint of Heart": A Review of Katie Farris' boysgirls

If you haven’t read Katie Farris’ incredible boysgirls yet, read this great review from American Book Review  where her debut collection is praised both for its refined madness, and for alluring the reader into an incredible and incredibly strange world. 35 more words

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A Beauty So Rare by Tamera Alexander Book Launch ~ Week Four ~

A Beauty So Rare by Tamera Alexander Book Launch Week Four

Meet the Woman Behind the Cover Dress

by Tamera Alexander

Dear friends,

Have you ever wanted to meet the woman who sewed the dress on a novel cover? 748 more words

Christian Romance

WHAT SHE SAID...

“Women often have a great need to portray themselves
as sympathetic and pleasing, but we’re also dark people
with dark thoughts.” -Zadie Smith

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