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"Real" Books vs e-Books

I was initially surprised by this, but it actually makes sense and it’s encouraging to see at least one industry not becoming engulfed by the digital age. 24 more words

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Reviewing: SALADIN

SaladinĀ by John Man (historical biography, 2016).

This excellent biography is anything but a dry recap of an important historical figure’s exploits. Man is a fine storyteller, as well as a thorough and responsible historian. 356 more words

Reviewing:THE VALLEY OF AMAZEMENT

The Valley of AmazementĀ by Amy Tan (historical novel, 2013, 589 pages).

I bounce around a great deal in my reading–between favorite authors and assorted genres. 641 more words

Reviewed: TEA WITH JAM AND DREAD

Tea with Jam and DreadĀ by Tamar Myers (mystery novel, 2016).

This one’s the latest in a popular series of cozy murder mysteries set in the fictional village of Hernia, PA (population 2,200 or so) and narrated by Magdalena Yoder, owner of the PennDutch Inn and highly successful amateur sleuth. 422 more words

A Book in My Hands

I’m done with my Kindle. It lays uncharged on my bookcase, a dead black rectangle. I missed some deadline for updating its technology so it probably wouldn’t work right even if it was charged. 636 more words

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More CLASH OF THE TITLES News

The original SF/F/H anthology CLASH OF THE TITLES now has its own website–visit TragicBabylonPublishing.com for the latest on what’s shaping up as a great reading experience! 118 more words

To cover or not?

Hello everyone,

Well you’re probably wondering, ‘what the heck is she talking about?’ I’m talking about hardcover books and their paper covers. I’m a person that does not like to have the paper covers on the books. 126 more words

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