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Maroon New Jersey

Tim Knox interviews Breena Clarke for the website, PLACING LITERATURE, about the setting of ANGELS MAKE THEIR HOPE HERE 

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How to Write a Page-Turner

Hey fiction writers, what do you want most? Huge sales and lots of money, or do you want a reputation as a writer extraordinaire? You say both… 688 more words

My Take On Writing

listen to the first episode of ren reads poems!

Episode 1: Poem 1 – Donal Óg

Welcome! Please join me for a reading and personal discussion of the 8th century Irish poem and song “Donal Óg,” translated by Lady Augusta Gregory.

Podcast

The Practice of Apology

It happens often in the book world–sometimes it seems every other week these days. An author, usually a white woman, releases a book relying on the misguided use of a racial trope. 1,441 more words

Writing

Against the Odds 2: Books and City Councils

An unexpected victory? A snapshot of an unlikely moment? This week, show us something that defies the odds. 

— Michelle W., The Daily Post

How about books to help you achieve your dreams? 53 more words

Books

Evil Games by Angela Marsons

The greater the Evil, the more deadly the game…
When a rapist is found mutilated in a brutal attack, Detective Kim Stone and her team are called in to bring a swift resolution.

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"The Book of Harlan" by Bernice L. McFadden

“On the outside, Emma didn’t seem to want for anything, but let’s be clear – she was starving on the inside. Not the coal-burning-belly type of hunger of the destitute, but the agonizing longing of a free spirit, caged.” 380 more words

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