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Check out my review of The Dragon Within by Cindy Lyle
This is a review of The Eastern Stars: How Baseball Changed the Dominican Town of San Pedro de Macoris by Mark Kurlansky - http://josephsreviews.wordpress.com/2012/08/30/shine-on/
Showbiz by Ruby Porter (Author Guest Post / Book Review) Ruby gives us a glimpse into Broadway with some great tidbits! Showbiz is an entertaining behind the scenes insiders look at the mystique that is Broadway.
My review of "A Great and Terrible Beauty" by Libba Bray.
I just reviewed "Talisman of El" by Alecia Stone.
Breaking the Rules by Cat Lavoie (Author Guest Post / Book Review / Contest Giveaway) In her guest post, Cat shares with us how she got into writing. Breaking the Rules is an entertaining lighthearted story about a young woman who's juggling many of life's balls in the air while trying to figure out what she wants out of her life. It is a wonderful story about the dynamics of family, friendships, relationships and going after your life's dreams. It is a story that has a mixture of comedy, romance and drama that will keep you engaged and laughing, while providing a twist that keeps you guessing!
Author Interview: Jennifer Hanson + BOOK GIVEAWAY!
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Erin Morgenstern's The Night Circus
Don’t think all black people are like this, the police officer said. He squeezed me in a rough bear hug. I could feel his bulletproof vest underneath his starched uniform shirt. It was like being hugged by a tree. He said these words to me, I think, because he was a black man, the principal of my school was black, and almost all the students and teachers were black. He said this to me because I was the only white person around, and I was the only one with a swollen eye. (pg.13)
Chris Travis was the much loved and respected pastor of a church. He and his wife decided to move to New York City where she could pursue a career in acting. He decided that he was going to make a difference in children’s lives. He chose to become a school teacher in the worst performing school in the city, deep in the heart of Harlem.
San Francisco Island by Randi Hart
Shadow on the Mountain by Margi Preus is a historical fiction novel which comfortably fits in theYA category. This is a well researchedand exciting book despite its intended audience.