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Blog Tour Book Review: All Our Waves Are Water by Jaimal Yogis

About All Our Waves Are Water

• Hardcover: 272 pages
• Publisher: Harper Wave (July 4, 2017)

In this meditative memoir—a compelling fusion of Barbarian Days…

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All Our Waves Are Water 

I didn’t even read the blurb about All Our Waves Are Water by Jaimal Yogis. All I knew was it was a memoir and I love memoirs. 226 more words


A conversation with Paulette Jiles on writing NEWS OF THE WORLD


What draws you to write about the Civil War era?

I was first drawn to it when I was researching the Civil War era in the Missouri Ozarks when doing family genealogy. 768 more words

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Blog Tour Book Review: Kiss Carlo by Adriana Trigiani

About Kiss Carlo

• Hardcover: 544 pages
• Publisher: Harper (June 20, 2017)

From Adriana Trigiani, the beloved New York Times-bestselling author of T… 892 more words


Blog Tour Book Review: Another Man's Ground by Claire Booth

About Another Man’s Ground

  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Minotaur Books (July 11, 2017)

“This contemporary take on a locked-room puzzle is chilling, compelling and completely entertaining, and Claire Booth is a wonderful new voice in crime fiction.”

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Lovely and Refreshing, 'Sweet Tea Tuesdays' Restores Our Faith in Friendship [REVIEW]

During Charleston’s long, languid, sultry summers, the heat can be so oppressive even the family dog doesn’t want to move from his spot in the shade. 596 more words


Jathan Fink reblogged this on Jadeworks Entertainment and commented:

Friendships between independent Southern women (aka Steel Magnolias) has been a recurring theme in fiction for as far back as we can remember. But seldom are these relationships captured as deftly as they are in Ashley Farley's Sweet Tea Tuesdays. Find yourself a shady spot and curl up with this delicious read before the temperatures rise any further.

'The One That Got Away' Delivers Wish Fulfillment On A Grand Scale [REVIEW]

When life gets tough, many of us oftentimes reflect on our past decisions and think, “Would things have worked out if I had taken what was behind curtain number two?” Life’s usually not like  875 more words