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Interview with Mary Carter, Author of ‘Three Months in Florence’

Three Months in Florence

"I have to remind myself to enjoy the process, that writing can be fun. If it’s torture to write, it’s probably torture to read." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Let It Be’ by Chad Gayle

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"Let It Be" is a realistic but not entirely enjoyable novel about a woman and her children surviving the aftermath of divorce in the 1970's, which employs a literary gimmick involving the Beatles' "Let It Be." Read More »

Book Review: The Sunshine When She’s Gone by Thea Goodman

The Sunshine When She's Gone is a well-written but ultimately disappointing look at a relationship strained by new parenthood. Read More »

Book Review: The History of Us by Leah Stewart

A compelling, touching, complex novel about the nature of family, Read More »

Book Review: Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon

Chabon pays homage to movies, music, and Oakland in his latest novel. Read More »

Book Review: One Last Thing Before I Go by Jonathan Tropper

Classic Tropper with a new twist. Read More »

Book Review: Wind Over Marshdale by Tracy Krauss

Colorful characters in a small town Saskatchewan setting make for a gritty, true-to-life, and grace-filled story. Read More »

Interview: Elyse Douglas, Author of Wanting Rita

Two great and creative minds come together to form brilliance! Read More »

From Steinbeck to Steampunk: The Day the American Novel Died

Is the Golden Age of American Literature dead? Read More »

Book Review: Putting Alice Back Together by Carol Marinelli

Alice Jameson is falling apart, but is there something far more serious beneath her overindulgence in valium, random sex, and alcohol? Read More »