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Kirkus Reviews 'Daughter of Aithne'

I was excited (and nervous) last week to receive Kirkus Reviews’ assessment of Daughter of Aithnethe third and final installment of The Silver Web Trilogy.  321 more words


I Got A Good Review!

From Kirkus Reviews (click here to go to Kirkus Magazine):

Berkin’s (Cut to Wagstaff, 2012) second Wagstaff adventure pits his protagonist against the Rhode Island mob.

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Kirkus Reviews Kings

The first short review of my forthcoming debut novel Kings of Broken Things was published this morning on Kirkus Review! A thoughtful and generally insightful review, it’s pretty exciting to see my book being critiqued after working for nearly a decade researching and writing. 100 more words


My First Professional Review (And Some Other Things)

You know I don’t say much on here, so I suppose I’ll start to own up to it.

Got my first professional review (from Kirkus, no less) for the book. 101 more words

The Book Club Rush -- Just a week to go!

That’s right. There’s only one week to go until our Bridging Cultural Gaps Book Club . The BCGBC was founded to build community by exploring cultural differences through literature and open conversation.  405 more words

Relating To Masjid Morning

Close to home

It’s sometimes said that a person’s gifts and talents are rarely appreciated by those close to them. So I feel really honored that both my first novel, … 660 more words

Relating To Cologne No. 10 For Men

Notices from Kirkus Reviews and Publishers Weekly

In Matiasz’s (End Time, 1994) sci-fi novel, a private investigator scours a dystopian San Francisco for a killer.

By 2042, America has fragmented: massive earthquakes have devastated the West Coast, while riots and social chaos have created lawless regions across the country, and some territories have even seceded from the United States. 451 more words

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