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Don't Ignore The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts!

Congrats to K.C. Tansley! We are thrilled to share some of the advance praise for her book, The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts.


“The novel’s murder mystery is intriguing and grows more complex as its supernatural elements are unveiled.” 422 more words

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The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts Reviews + Blurbs + Giveaways + Preorders


Last week The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts received  some good reviews from Kirkus Reviews &  Publishers Weekly. I got an amazing review from Readers’ Favorite too! 499 more words


"Mothers" -- William Gaddis

“Mothers” by William Gaddis

When Ralph Waldo Emerson informed—or rather, perhaps, warned us—that we are what our mothers made us, we might dismiss it as received opinion and let it go at that, like the broken clock which is right twice a day, like the self-evident answer contained in Freud’s oft-quoted query “What do women want?” when, as nature’s handmaid, she must want what nature wants which is, quite simply, More. 447 more words


The Jewish Dog: Starred Review from Kirkus

In 1930s Germany, an exceptionally intelligent dog is born into a Jewish family.

Caleb immediately notices that he has some inherent traits that set him apart. 197 more words

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Kirkus Reviews Gives Thumbs Up To Curtain Calls

The review of Curtain Calls arrived from Kirkus Reviews today. Needless to say I’m very pleased.

The review is posted below, but here’s a link if you want to see the actual Kirkus site: … 310 more words