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The Recovery of Catherine Brodie is live!

It’s live!

The Recovery of Catherine Brodie is the second book in the Catherine Brodie Chronicles.

A romantic suspense story chronicling Catherine’s life after she made a fatal mistake. 504 more words

Contemporary Romance

Reading Lolita in Tehran

Reading Lolita in Tehran
Azar Nafisi

Reading Lolita in Tehran takes you to another place–really–I mean you are “not in Kansas anymore!”  Author, Azar Nafisi envelopes you with the textural content of a post-revolution Tehran and with scenes from her teaching experience there.  419 more words

Book Review

On Fridays We Write Fiction

Here’s a thing about me as a writer. I don’t really write fiction, even though technically I concentrated in fiction writing as an undergrad. The “fiction” assignments I turned in were almost always stories from my life, where I just changed the names and a few details (sorry, Prof Russell). 884 more words

Writing

Book Review: Christmas Cravings by Emma Hamilton

Title: Christmas Cravings

Author: Emma Hamilton

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romance, Christmas, Womens Literature

Publisher: Bastei Entertainment

Published: November 20, 2015… 482 more words

Book Reviews

Lisa Van Allen's "The Wishing Thread"- finding magic in the mundane

Van Allen’s The Wishing Thread follows the three Van Ripper sisters and their magical house in Tarrytown called the Stitchery. When matriarch Mariah dies, the three sisters must come together to decide what is best for their home and their family’s legacy as the stitch witches of the town, sewing spells for suspicious but desperate neighbors. 422 more words

Beach Reads

Review: The Starter Wife by Gigi Levangie Grazer

This was another procurement of mine when Borders went out of business in 2010. I’m slowly making my way through the last of those books but I’d say I still have four or five. 240 more words

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Review: My Name is Lucy Barton

RATING: 4 STARS

If you’ve ever been hospitalized, in between the routine tests and  x-rays, there are long periods of time spent alone. Free from the responsibilities of your life, long stretches of time will be spent not only healing physically but emotionally as well. 252 more words

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