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Living the Google-Enhanced Writing Life

The Internet search engine has forever changed the way writers conduct their lives. Today Google's influence and assistance is expanding at a phenomenal rate. Read More »

Book Review: A Writer’s Coach: An Editor’s Guide to Words that Work by Jack Hart

Some books demand you take them seriously and that you read them slowly and thoughtfully. Read More »

Book Review: Girls Dinner Club by Jessie Elliot

Girls Dinner Club promises a lot — laughter, heartbreak, and dessert — but does it live up to its promise? Read More »

Book Review: Saints: A Year in Faith and Art by Rosa Giorgi

From early icons to adored Renaissance depictions, the saints are presented in glorious color, Giorgi’s specialties in iconography and iconology clearly evident. Read More »

Book Review: Ordinary Work, Extraordinary Grace: My Spiritual Journey in Opus Dei by Scott Hahn

Hahn’s book offers an insider’s view of what it’s like to do “the Work.” Read More »

O.J.’s If I Did It: It’s Not About the Book, It’s Not About You, Judith

Simpson is being given a forum to relive the crime, inviting us all to share in the “dream.” How perverse and voyeuristic have we become? Read More »

Book Review: Rosalie and Truffle, Truffle and Rosalie by Katja Reider, Illustrated by Jutta Bucker

A children's book is not always what it seems. Read More »

Joy: The Love of Reading Leads to the Joy of Writing

Shhh! Listen. Do you hear your name? Read More »

Book Review: Donutheart by Sue Stauffacher

Middle school can be a dangerous place. Just ask Franklin Delano Donuthead. Read More »

Book Review: Dairy Queen by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

When you don't talk? There's a lot of stuff that doesn't get said. Read More »