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Book Review: FREEFALL: A Divine Comedy

“Those years were essential and cataclysmic, more so than the women had realized at the time. They can’t shake the influence, having come of age in the ’60’s, just as they’re coming of age now in their sixties. At the same time, they’re entering another new age, promising even more upheaval than the ’60s, and they’ll have participated in both eras. They’re being pulled in both directions simultaneously, one foot in each world.”

Book Review: THE STATIONERY SHOP: A Novel

Novel: The Stationery Shop Author: Marjan Kamali Publisher: Simon & Schuster Gallery Books Publishing Date: 06.18.19 Genre: Cultural Heritage Fiction > Women’s Domestic Fiction > Family Life Fiction Page Count: 320 Pages ISBN-10: 1982107480 ISBN-13: 978-1982107482 Purchase from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million My Rating: 4 Stars Bio of  (From Author’s Website):  Marjan Kamali, born…

Book Review: She’s My Dad: A Father’s Transition and a Son’s Redemption

Novel: She’s My Dad: A Father’s Transition and a Son’s Redemption  Authors: Jonathan S. Williams & Paula Stone Williams Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press  Published: 11.20.2018 Genre: Biographies > Memoir > LGBTQIA > Gender Studies > Christian Bible History & Culture Page Count: 216 Pages ISBN-10: 0664264352 ISBN-13: 978-0664264352  Purchase From Amazon, Barnes & Noble,…

Book Review: CLOVER BLUE: A Novel

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CLOVER BLUE: A Novel Author: Eldonna Edwards Publisher: Kensington Press Publication Date: 5.28.2019 Genre: Literature & Fiction > Women’s Fiction > Coming of Age > Literary > Historical Page Count: 304 Pages ISBN-9781496712899 ISBN-9781496712912 Available for Pre-order from Barnes & Noble, Hudson Booksellers, Amazon,  Books-A-Million, IndieBound, Walmart, et…

Book Review: LITTLE LOVELY THINGS

“She only knew she couldn’t risk shutting off the car, having her girls broil in the heat, like a distracted mother at a shopping mall in the newspaper only a week ago.” “They were at peace, protected from the vicious heat with the car running, the cool air circulating.” “Dropping to her knees, Claire flattened one hand on the greasy floor like a kickstand. She couldn’t pass out.”

Book Review: A DIFFERENT KIND OF FIRE

He opened the letter and read aloud. “Dear Miss Schmidt, congratulations on your acceptance to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts…” He scrubbed his hand across his unshaven chin. “Why’d I build this house if you’re going to leave?”

Book Review: CLOVER BLUE: A Novel

“Who did I come out of?” Harmony stares at me, her big eyes suddenly mirroring my question, the one I’m pretty sure I’m not supposed to ask. Willow glances at Goji. He shakes his head slightly and whispers to Doobie. Doobie takes my hand. “Let’s go for a walk.” – CLOVER BLUE: A Novel