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Book review: Le collier rouge - I love France 192

Le collier rouge

Auteur: Jean-Christophe Rufin
Éditions: Folio #5918
10 avril 2015
Pages: 164
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Roman, Littérature contemporaine
Littérature française, XXIe siècle… 1,173 more words

Reading Challenges

Versions Of History

It’s time for some writerly chit-chat with author and writing mentor Sydney Smith. This month we talk about the power of historical fiction.

JENNY 886 more words


Best sales month yet

Over the past month I’ve managed to put together my best month of sales and my best single day of sales for my books.

As I’ve said many times, sales of my books aren’t going to get me on any New York Times lists, and I’m not making anything more than date-night money off the books, but sales of the books give me something significantly more valuable than cash in my pocket. 549 more words

Jackson Speed

When The Moon Is Low

Allow me to borrow a book title for my blog post today. I have just finished reading this, a book about a family’s struggles while fleeing war-torn Afghanistan. 486 more words


"The Wentworth Legacy" Debut

Do you miss Downton Abbey? Don’t despair. You’ll love my latest book, “The Wentworth Legacy – A Long Island Novel”. Take a look at the way of life of the rich during the Roaring Twenties. 149 more words


"What's new & old & read all over?"

Judith Starkston takes a good look at the current state of fiction set in the ancient world for the latest edition of Historical Novels Review… 75 more words

How We See The Past

Jordi Sierra i Fabra, 2008, Quatre dies de gener, Barcelona: Debolsillo

Four days in January, in Catalan

This is the third book of the series that I’ve read, but it is actually the earliest one. The problem was that I could only find the second and third used on Alibris when I first went looking; this one turned up only later. 5,201 more words

Mystery Novels