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  • 'Nobody Home: Writing, Buddhism, and Living in Places' by Gary Snyder and Julia Martin
    Poet Gary Snyder to speak at Trinity University on Wednesday
    On Wednesday March 4, 2015 Pulitzer Prize winning poet, activist, Buddhist and iconic member of the Beat Generation Gary Snyder will be speaking at Trinity University. Joining him will be South African writer and scholar Julia Martin. This event...
  • Tasty treat from Mary Ellen Hughes
    License to Dill offers cozy mystery with spice, soccer and style
    Piper Lamb’s shop in upstate New York sells pickling and preserving supplies, as well as offering a meeting place for the sharing of advice and gossip. The little town of Cloverdale provides a pleasant, quiet life for her—most of the...
  • Cassandra Clare's new "Shadowhunter Academy" book leads March book releases
    Cassandra Clare's new "Shadowhunter Academy" book leads March book releases
    March is the beginning of the Spring and it is going to be the beginning of the list of the all the books that you are going to want to read this summer while on vacation. There are ten books that are set to come out this month and some real good...
  • Heartsick, by Caitlin Sinead
    Heartsick, by Caitlin Sinead
    Caitlin Sinead is a new adult author. Her debut book, Heartsick, is available now. In it, she combines romance, mystery, and thrills to keep her readers on the edge of their seats. Her next book, Red Blooded, will be available this summer.Quinn is...
  • A Memory of Violets
    A Memory of Violets
    The author of the USA Today and New York Times bestselling novel The Girl Who Came Home has once again created an unforgettable historical novel. Step into the world of Victorian London, where the wealth and poverty exist side by side. This is the...
  • Lockwood & Co. race to stop a madman from using an evil mirror
    'The Whispering Skull' is creepy fun from the mind and pen of Jonathan Stroud
    "The Whispering Skull" http://www.amazon.com/Lockwood-Co-Book-Whispering-Skull/dp/142316492Xis the terrific followup to Jonathan Stroud's The Screaming Staircase, just reviewed on these pages. Stroud has re-imagined England as beset...
  • The Siege Winter
    5 Star Review: The Siege Winter
    I know, redears - it's been far too long, so let's delve right into it.The Siege Winter, co-authored by novelists (and mother/daughter duo) Ariana Franklin, and Samantha Norman, hits bookstore shelves and e-readers tomorrow (3/1). Not...
  • Poetry Unbound #22 - Fightin' Words
    Poetry Unbound #22 - Fightin' Words
    Oakland writers Clive Matson and Richard Loranger will host the twenty-second installment of Poetry Unbound, a monthly reading series showcasing various new works by established and up-coming writers, as well as everyone in-between. This event...
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    Review: Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
    If you’re looking for an entertaining book to read, you need look no further than the diverse collection Trigger Warning by New York Times Bestselling author Neil Gaiman. Known largely for his contributions in science fiction, fantasy, and...
  • 'Tormentor' by William Meikle
    William Meikle writes haunted fiction at its best in "Tormentor"
    When I did my preview of February’s new release books, I picked William Meikle’s “Tormentor” as the top new release of the month. I took my own advice and got the book as soon as it was released so that I could read it as...
  • “The Girl on the Train” makes it six weeks at number one
    “The Girl on the Train” makes it six weeks at number one
    For the six straight week, Paula Hawkins latest book, The Girl on the Train, is the top selling book. It’s the only book that is able to get in the top five for all the three major book lists. It is the top book for NY Times, the 4th highest...
  • Sarah Tomp brings us a tale of first loves, broken hearts, and moonshine.
    Sarah Tomp brings us a tale of first loves, broken hearts, and moonshine.
    “My Best Everything” by Sarah Tomp is the story of an Appalachian summer that walks the line between toxic and intoxicating in this debut novel about first loves, broken hearts, and moonshine.Luisa "Lulu" Mendez has just...
  • Samantha Sanderson: At the Movies
    'At the Movies,' a FaithGirlz book by Robin Caroll featuring Samantha Sanderson
    The name Robin Caroll is a familiar one to fans of Christian fiction mystery titles like "Injustice For All" and "Fear No Evil." Caroll, however, is also the author of a series of books for young girls that feature a seventh...
  • Daredevil #13
    Hit romance cliches with a billy club in "Daredevil #13" atop this week's comics
    In the era of seemingly endless crossovers and reboots, relaunches and rehashes, it can be easy to lose faith in "big two" superhero comics. Yet at times a run will come along on a franchise which is so seminal, so potent, and so timely...
  • Wish
    Book Review: 'Wish' by Grier Cooper
    Indigo has just one Wish this year: to get into the prestigious New York School of Ballet. Her girl friends and her crush Jesse have a way of dragging her out to have some fun just when she feels she needs to concentrate on ballet. It’s hard...