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Book Reviews: ‘When Your Porcupine Feels Prickly,’ ‘When I am Not Myself’ by Kathy DeZarn Beynette

children's books

'When I am Not Myself' and 'When Your Porcupine Feels Prickly' - adorable children's books with lessons even the adults could learn. Read More »

Review: How Beauty Saved Beast by Jax Garren

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To Spank or Not to Spank

There is only one reason to raise your hand to a child: not knowing another way. Read More »

Book Review: Les Misérables, Volume III by Victor Hugo

Cuts through language, culture, and time and speaks directly to the soul. Read More »

Why Fiction Matters: Salman Rushdie and The Sea of Stories

Salman Rushdie's novel Haroun and The Sea of Stories offers us insight into why we read. Read More »

Thematic Tendencies and the New York Motif

Two books share a common view of The Big Apple. New York survives. Read More »

My Recommended Books of 2012

I am always filled to bursting with ideas for "if you like this, then you'll love..." recommendations. Read More »

Flopping Fiction: The Jury’s Out on the 2012 Pulitzer Prize

Failure to Pick Pulitzer in Fiction Due to Tweeting Error Read More »

Indie: Publishing Rides the Waves

Even seasoned agents and traditional publishers are riding the indie publishing wave. Read More »

Book Review: Best Seller by Timothy B. Sagges

Can the life long passions of a writer come to life, only to be used against him,in a strange and horror filled way? Read More »