Review: Dear S.E. Harmon, I have read your “PI guys duology” and liked it well enough, but this book will probably become a reread for me, I liked Rain’s voice very much and since this is another story written in the first person POV being in Rain’s head all ... more >
Dear Jenn Bennett, I’d heard such good things about Alex, Approximately so I borrowed it from my local library. Even though I’m not a big fan of paper books these days, it was totally worth it. Bailey Rydell is 17. Her parents are divorced and she’s been living in Washington ... more >
Welcome to the Promotional Thread for Authors. What’s this you say? I read quite a few blogs outside the romance blogosphere and many of the big ones have a daily open thread where the commenters drive the bus. The rules for Author Promo Night Open Thread are as follows: The ... more >
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Dear Ms. Okorafor, Twelve-year-old Sunny Nwazue is fascinated by candles. In Nigeria, where Sunny lives, the electrical company turns off the lights at night, and Sunny keeps candles in her bedroom in case she needs light. One night, she lights such a candle and it shows her something—a vision of ... more >
NOTE: This has been published in the UK as “The Floating Theatre” Set aboard a nineteenth century riverboat theater, this is the moving, page-turning story of a charmingly frank and naive seamstress who is blackmailed into saving runaways on the Underground Railroad, jeopardizing her freedom, her livelihood, and a new ... more >