Added by Eric Van Raepenbusch on November 30, 2010 at 11:26pm — No Comments
Today, November 30th is the official release date for this novel. To date I had not had Ally Condie on my radar as an author I had wanted to read, but in the attempt to spread my wings a bit and find new
stuff to read I followed a suggestion from a Goodreads friend and took the ride
with Ally and her strong willed main character Cassia. Here is the situation in
which she finds herself:
” Cassia has always trusted the…Continue
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It is about time, a new Dirk Pitt novel. I have read them all and say that with a certain degree of satisfaction. I love to be entertained by Clive Cussler with this character and band of off- beat friends
and coworkers at NUMA. I know what to expect when I crack the novel open and
Crescent Dawn is no exception. Here is what the novel is about:”Three events,
distant in time and space: A treasure-laden fourth century Roman galley
narrowly escapes a…
Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 30, 2010 at 4:07pm — No Comments
This morning I woke to a snow kissed world, the brightness dazzling as I drew back the curtains. My sons were excited, anticipating hours of making snow men and sledging, but when I suggested they get ready for school, their gleeful response was ‘You’re in cloud cuckoo land, school wont open today– the teachers wont go in.’…Continue
Added by Grace Elliot on November 30, 2010 at 2:32pm — No Comments
I received this book today and started reading it....I could not put it down until i read the whole book..This book is so well written, poetically of the demons that were haunting her and her recovery. As i was reading this book I can relate to Audrey's demons and could feel her pain through her poetry. An incredible journey and so proud of her acknowledgments, the will to survive and continue to go on especially for the love of her life.... -- Barbara A.…
Added by Audrey Roth on November 30, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments
“Peter Hoffman has skillfully and painstakingly recreated the grey flannel world of the 1950s in New York City, a more ‘innocent’ world, in which sex and betrayal go hand in hand. The mess Jack Preston finds
himself in as a result of giving in to his passions, will keep you
reading well into the night.”
-Charles Salzberg, author of Swann’s Last Song
“A funny, energetic tale about the war between primness and hedonism.”
- Kirkus Discoveries
Added by Peter Hoffmann on November 30, 2010 at 1:24pm — No Comments
Words kiss the page like eager lovers. Scenes slip as easily from your mind as silk stockings from a courtesan. Characters whisper clever and crafty dialogue in your ear as you sleep.
Ah, the delicious satisfaction of having a book in creation. When anything is possible and rejection seems as distant as economic recovery.…
Added by chantal bellehumeur on November 30, 2010 at 12:07pm — No Comments
Any woman would enjoy the fictional diaries "Veronica's Soap Opera Life", Veronica's Attempt at Romance" or "Veronica's Hapily Ever after" by Chantal Bellehumeur.
Please visit www.rosedogbookstore.com or Amazon for more info.
Added by chantal bellehumeur on November 30, 2010 at 12:06pm — No Comments
I'm just starting my blog, but it's basically about all the books I read and am going to read!!!
It's mostly fantasy, but also history etc.
Added by A Universe in Words on November 30, 2010 at 11:37am — No Comments
Added by Lynda Coker on November 30, 2010 at 8:50am — No Comments
The Age of Self Publishing
Up until recently I didn’t think I was old enough to really say, “back in the day”, but apparently at a ripe 31 years old, I am. Back in my day, cell phones were a luxury and pagers were the sign of the times. Back in
my day, there was no Facebook or Myspace. Back in my day, all of our books were
hardcover or paperback.
I look around me now and…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 30, 2010 at 6:19am — No Comments
Rose: The foremost, the eternal rose....the special one you think will always be there and never choke you rose... This represents true love and The Handsome Prince!
Rose: Moonstone...the starstruck rose....the one who's unsuspecting...virginal in a way...new and open to all...an up and coming rose...The Fair Maiden Rose!
Rose: Out in…Continue
Added by Deborah Previte on November 30, 2010 at 5:38am — No Comments
Teens Learn Life's Lessons in "A Wind In Montana"
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Lauren_S._Smith]Lauren S. Smith
Some novels simply entertain and others contain a powerful message in the story line and characters. In his debut novel, A Wind In Montana, Mitch Davies tells a story about teens coming of age and how they accept responsibility for their lives.
A Wind In Montana is a…Continue
Added by Maria Hesh on November 29, 2010 at 11:35pm — No Comments
Usaravelli is an aspiring writer of South Indian heritage. Her writings have been inspired by the works of Jhumpa Lahiri, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Anita Desai and so many other
wonderful South Asian Indian writers.
She is looking for a literary agent to represent her and currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her son.
Usaravelli, “Changing Color”
At the heart of this…Continue
Added by Usaravelli on November 29, 2010 at 8:50pm — No Comments
It is Monday and today we have a new list of novels for you as they keep pumping them out in hopes we purchase them or download these bad boys to our Kindles, Nooks, and all other ereaders
out on the market. Without further ado let’s get right to the new novels being
released this week:
-Partricia Cornwell- Port Mortuary
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Happy Monday to all!! We are starting off the week with a huge novel, Lee Childs Worth Dying For. I really enjoyed the spirited discussion’s that some of us had after I posted the Lee Child discusses Jack
Reacher vs. Joe Pike you tube video. Excuse my surprise and dismay as so many
of you immediately jumped into the Joe Pike camp, for shame. My question is,
why just limit the question to Joe Pike? Why isn’t anyone mentioning Mitch
Rapp? I think the list…
Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 29, 2010 at 2:39pm — No Comments