The Dreamers: A Novel Author: Karen Thompson Walker Publisher: Random House Publisher’s Page for The Dreamers Genre: Literary Fiction, Dystopian Page Count: 320 pages (Hardcopy), 512 pages (Paperback), 320 pages (Ebook), and 600 minutes (Audio CD) ISBN-10: 0812994167 ISBN-13: 978-0812994162 Publication Date: January 15, 2019 Hardcopy & Paperback are available for pre-order from Amazon, Barnes … Continue reading Book Review: THE DREAMERS: A Novel
The Dreamers: A Novel Author: Karen Thompson Walker Publisher: Random House Publisher’s Page for The Dreamers Genre: Literary Fiction Page Count: 320 pages (Hardcopy), 512 pages (Paperback), 320 pages (Ebook), and 600 minutes (Audio CD) ISBN-10: 0812994167 ISBN-13: 978-0812994162 Publication Date: January 15, 2019 Hardcopy & Paperback are available for pre-order from Amazon, Barnes & … Continue reading The Dreamers: A Novel by Karen Thompson Walker (Complete Review Coming Soon)
AN ANONYMOUS GIRL: A NOVEL by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen Was Published on January 8, 2019 and is Now Available for Purchase.
I have yet to meet anyone who has not heard of Ernest Hemingway. Most know Hemingway to be the author of four of his most notable novels: The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and The Old Man and the Sea. Others may remember Hemingway as the man who … Continue reading Book Review: Ernest Hemingway: Artifacts From a Life
Ernest Hemingway: Artifacts From a Life by Michael Katakis Publisher: Scribner of Simon and Schuster Biographies & Memoirs - Publication Date: 23 Oct 2018 Publisher’s Book Description: “Beautifully designed, intimate and illuminating, this is the story of American icon Ernest Hemingway's life through the documents, photographs, and miscellany he kept, compiled by the steward of the … Continue reading A Glimpse into the Next Four Fascinating Book Reviews to be Previewed Here
Yesterday I posted a poll on my Facebook page @dbmoonespage, which is a new page and not getting the traffic I hope to gain with time and perseverance. I wanted to hear from book reviewers and authors about writing book reviews for poorly written books. My conundrum was whether to go forward with the book … Continue reading My Dilemma: To Review or Not Review
No Dancing, No Dancing: Inside the Global Humanitarian Crisis is a Biography/Autobiography written by author Denis Dragovic, a former humanitarian aid worker from 2000 to 2010 with CHF International, a US-based humanitarian organization now known as Global Communities. Dragovic's book is based on his return visits to Iraq, South Sudan, and East Timor a decade … Continue reading Book Review: No Dancing, No Dancing: Inside the Global Humanitarian Crisis
"I'm afraid, I think to him."
"It'll be okay, he thinks back".
"I don't want to leave you."
"I'm right behind you."
"What if the door closes?"
"It won't." - Issac & Gracie from their mother's womb in "This I Know".
THE BONE CURSE by Carrie Rubin is a medical thriller intermixed with the paranormal. The protagonist, Benjamin Oris, a third-year medical student in Philadelphia gets the opportunity to go to Paris with his Haitian friend Laurette, a public health student after Laurette’s brother backs out of going with her at the last minute. While visiting … Continue reading Book Review: THE BONE CURSE
In Stephen King’s book, On Writing; A Memoir of the Craft, he wrote, “… good writing consists of mastering the fundamentals (vocabulary, grammar, the elements of style) and then filling the third level of your toolbox with the right instruments.” I don’t know anyone that would disagree with Mr. King. I read a lot of … Continue reading Returning to the Fundamentals of Writing