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Published: 17th December 2009
Genre: YA Fantasy, Romance
Fallen is the first in Lauren Kate's series of dark, romantic novels featuring 17 year old Lucinda and Daniel, her doomed angel lover. What if the…
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Another week, another set of new novels to come out. Will it ever end? No I doubt it so let get right to it shall we. Here are some of the new novels out this week:
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"I wanted to overthrow the government. That was my job. I was much more interested in politics than children," said Jules Feiffer, the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist that spent 40 years writing weekly editorial cartoons for The Village Voice. (Dartmouth Interview, embedded below) However, early in this career he collaborated with Norton Juster by creating the illustrations for …Continue
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For those not keeping up with the series or those of you who have possibly lost track for whatever reason, this is number six in the series. Yes, I have read them all and yes, I have also enjoyed them all. Did I enjoy this one as much as the others? No not as much, but I am a fan of the character and W.E.B. Griffin. Here is what Charlie has against him this time:
“Charlie Castillo's secret unit has been disbanded-but that doesn't mean he's out of business. As experience has painfully…Continue
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I finished reading “The Wisdom of the Desert”
and this quote from Abbot Pastor is worthy of further reflection: “Any trial whatever that comes to you can be conquered by silence.”
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Writers, almost all of them, want to be published. Not so many years ago, the only way to be published that let the multitudes receive your work was to find an agent and have them present your work to editors who then might decide to work with you toward publishing.
There are many stories of writers’ works being published in forms that they really didn’t like; yet, they really wanted to be published so they caved…
To be fair, most respectable publishers worked hard to bring the…Continue
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Hello Book Blog World!! We, Pg.59 Book Club, are a new presence here and we cannot wait to begin to share with you information, stories, and other cool stuff!! We are also excited about all the new friends that we will meet and make here too!! Let the fun begin!!…Continue
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Ever wonder what would happen when Pandora's Box is open? Find out at http://drrux.blogspot.com/2011/01/silent-box-part-1-opening.html
My newest short story that begins the adventure!
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Today Grace Elliot is guest blogger over at 'Terry's Place' .
Grace's debut novel, 'A Dead Man's Debt' was rated 5/5 by The Romance Reviews and described by them as "Historical romance at its best."
For a chance to win a copy of 'A Dead Man's Debt' simply visit Terry's Place and leave a comment.
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The American Library Association holds an annual event called Banned Books Week celebrating "the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment." Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights free and open access to…
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Within two weeks of its 1951 release, J.D. Salinger’s novel rocketed to Number 1 on the New York Times best-seller list. The book- which explores three days in the life of a troubled 16-year-old boy- has been a “favorite of censors” ever since its publication.
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