now browsing by tag
A. S. King Albuquerque Author Poppet Backspace Book Promotion Breakfast of Champions Cornelia Funke Dan Brown Detroit dogs Duotrope's Digest Facebook Finn foreclosure Freezing Point Greece GUD Karen Dionne Kurt Vonnegut Learning To Swim Lee Child M. C. Beaton Mark Twain Meter Maids Eat Their Young Neil Gaiman New Mexico novel Parthenon Parthenon Marbles Quill Awards Rebel e Publishers Richard Brautigan Sara Gruen Sara J. Henry Secrets of the Golden Gate Bridge short stories Slaughterhouse Five Stealing The Marbles The Dance The Da Vinci Code The Dust of 100 Dogs This Old House Water For Elephants Winter Writer Beware
The Candidate’s Daughter
I’ve pretty much given up on self-pub books. Too much crap to wade through to find the few gems among them. However, when several people you know start talking about one, it may well be worth checking out. That’s the case with The Candidate’s Daughter. There are scenes in thisRead More …
What’s It All About?
Ally Carter had a post on her blog a couple of days back where she talked about The Crazies. She summed up The Crazies this way: The Crazies are a hard thing to define, but most of us have had them—the what if this book sucks, what if this bookRead More …