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Author Archives: Joanna Celeste

Joanna Celeste is at heart a storyteller, writing reviews, short stories, poems, articles and the occasional novel-in-progress, as well as interviewing others to discover their point of view, in the celebration of story. She welcomes emails from her readers at joanna_celeste [at] ymail.com, though she is currently booked for reviews through to January 2014. Visit her at http://joannaceleste.com

‘The Hollow Crown’ Opens with ‘Richard II’ – Great Performances

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PBS "Great Perfornances" brings to the US the brilliant miniseries crafted as part of the London Olympic celebrations, capturing the Henriad with the subtle grace and the stark contrast present in the plays; a must-see. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Blackmoore’ by Julianne Donaldson

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A haunting, enchanting regency sweet romance. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Earth Star’ by Janet Edwards

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Jarra must contend with not only the known "handicap" she was born with, but the invisible forces that threaten to unravel her life, and the world(s) she calls home. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cast in Sorrow’ by Michelle Sagara

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Another satisfying chapter to "The Chronicle of Elantra" series; Kaylin comes to a monumental crossroads that may alter the future of the immortal Barrani, and has the potential to shift the fabric of worlds. Read More »

Book Review: ‘French Roast’ by Ava Miles

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A great foodie romance from the author of 'Nora Roberts Land'. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Broadchurch’

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An excellent eight-part drama by the BBC, 'Broadchurch' is one to watch. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Nora Roberts Land’ by Ava Miles

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A debut novel that shines. Read More »

A Conversation with Romance Author Christine Merrill

Romance author Christine Merrill talks about her new book The Greatest of Sins, publishing, writing, and Doctor Who. Read More »

Self-Worth and the Stories We Tell Ourselves

What is the power of the stories we tell ourselves and how might discovering and sharing them strengthen us? Read More »

The Value of 99 Cents

In a world where so much is free or cheap, how do we assess the value of 99 cents? Read More »