Amy Bailey Delapp’s First Book “Jenva’s Moving Up” is a ... - PRWeb ... a gripping and potent coming of age story which provides a window into the world of a girl ... Readers who wish to experience this uplifting ... 03/5/2014 - 1:17 pm | View Link
I shape words into stories: Joanne Harris - Khaleej Times ... she has written several gripping ... amazement of riches few readers will ... A true Barnsley girl at heart, she ... to find their place in ... 03/4/2014 - 12:16 pm | View Link
On the shelves — March 2 - PortalesNewsTribune ... storyteller, the gripping search ... Klay’s Redeployment takes readers ... earned the success — or the girl he ... three teenagers who ... 03/1/2014 - 2:20 pm | View Link
Marian R. Applegate’s Ninth Book “What’s Next” is a Vibrant ... - PRWeb ... story of a girl searching for her ... “What’s Next”: a gripping and ... to understand herself, find her ... Readers who wish to ... 02/27/2014 - 2:24 pm | View Link
Thrill Ride - Huffington Post ... there was something gripping about an ordinary girl being drawn into a nightmare (a theme I find again ... convincingly takes her readers down ... 02/27/2014 - 1:26 pm | View Link
Marian R. Applegate's Ninth Book "What's Next" is a Vibrant Story About a Young Girl Coming of Age and Discovering Herself Applegate, a retired schoolteacher, has completed her first book “What's Next”: a gripping and potent page turning masterpiece ... a vivacious young woman on a quest to understand herself, find her place in society, and understand the world around ... 02/27/2014 - 6:06 am | View Link
The Little Girl: Intense New Novel Raises Bold Questions About Therapy for Child Abuse. Are Some Victims Beyond Help? Exposing the true anguish abuse forces on millions of children, the novel’s gripping narrative leaves readers with plenty to think about ... but as she was about to find there was would be no easy answer. The little girl Molly sees her world as being ... 02/12/2014 - 8:21 am | View Link
Girl in Two Worlds: Genre-Bending New Novel Fuses Philosophical Adventure with Bold Message of Enlightenment. Not only does the novel take young women on a gripping journey ... different by offering readers entertainment with enlightenment. There is a lot to be taken away from Julia and her experiences – read the novel yourself and find out,” she adds. 01/9/2014 - 10:02 am | View Link
The 14 Best YA Books of 2013 The Coldest Girl in Coldtown is gripping from page one, and continually keeps readers on their toes as Black steers the ... and a centuries-long feud between vampires, and you’ll find that The Coldest Girl in Coldtown is near impossible to put down ... 12/28/2013 - 3:52 pm | View Link
In ‘Gone Girl’ readers find gripping tale Meet Nick and Amy Dunne whose marriage is their most obsessive and dangerous passion. Their marital un-bliss is so destructive it could undo George and Martha who burned up the pages of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? How did ... 06/27/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn — Reviews, Discussion ... Gone Girl has 471,319 ratings and 69,541 reviews. Tatiana said: As seen on The ReadventurerI am giving Gone Girl 3 stars, but only begrudgingly. In my ... 03/11/2014 - 3:42 pm | View Website
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn | 9780307588364 | Hardcover ... Marriage can be a real killer. One of the most critically acclaimed suspense writers of our time, New York Times bestseller Gillian Flynn takes that statement to its ... 03/11/2014 - 12:36 pm | View Website
Grip Your Readers With These 7 Knock-out Opening Sentences ... In this post regular contributer Skellie from Skelliewag.org explains how a great opening sentence can draw readers into your blog ... 03/11/2014 - 8:32 am | View Website
Eren x Reader Armin x Reader - Birthday Cuddles RQ The sky was turning dark leaving the purple and dark hues covering the earth making everything breath taking 03/11/2014 - 4:15 am | View Website
Girl Reading by Katie Ward — Reviews, Discussion ... In Girl Reading, a debut novel, Katie Ward paints seven portraits of girls reading—their lives, their conflicts, their passions, their griefs. 03/11/2014 - 3:10 am | View Website
Bob Hicok’s Elegy Owed (Copper Canyon, $22) deserves to win the National Book Critics Circle Award in poetry Thursday night. This gorgeous collection spans the landscape of loss with unexpected leaps and ripples, as if someone has skipped stones across a lake. The opening lines are engrossing: “My heart is cold,/ it should wear a mitten.
Welcome to Tupelo Landing, N. C., which is fast becoming the Yoknapatawpha County of children’s literature. We first met smart, spunky Mo LoBeau, her guardians Miss Lana and the Colonel and their sharply drawn neighbors and friends in Sheila Turnage’s “Three Times Lucky,” winner of a Newbery Honor last year.
War is hell, whether you are the soldier fighting the enemy, the medic tending the wounded or the civilian caught in the crossfire. Mary Cronk Farrell’s informative, sometimes upsetting book follows a group of U. S. military nurses who had been stationed, quite happily, in the Philippines before Pearl Harbor.
The chirpy introduction to this faux catalogue of the future zeroes in on the uneasy territory where possibility, probability and reality intersect. “Birds today face many dangers,” Kate Samworth writes. “Some species are disappearing. Others are already gone. Not to worry! Aviary Wonders Inc. has the solution.” Read full article >>
Joe McGinniss, author of one of the best nonfiction books ever written, died yesterday. I wrote that accolade in my head nearly two years ago, on the day Joe first told me he had inoperable, metastatic cancer. I felt it had to be said, and that, for complicated reasons, no one else would say it in an obit.