We need books! We need stories and voices that say the same things that we hear in our heads; we need to know there are […]
Is the job hunt getting you down? Are you tired of the same old ads on the same old websites? Well, here are some new […]
The buzz of Harry Potter is so huge, at least in my head, that I haven’t been able to put the books down. I reread […]
The following list represents just a small number of the many talented first time novelists who had their books published in 2008. Why read a […]
Below are fiction and non-fiction books with dog characters, training and care information, or other information about dogs. All of them are available through the libraries of the […]
This book has had great recommendations and widespread publicity. Nonetheless, some may imagine that it is political, religious, dull, or predictable. It is none of […]
Quiet and unassuming Susette Kelo believed in the American dream of home ownership. When her dream was achieved and she had restored her New London, CT. little […]
Jane Austen has been very popular for the past few years — the books have been made more so by the fact that there have been several movie adaptations of her titles and they have been enormously popular. One of the ways that authors show their admiration (and practice their writing skills) is by continuing the lives of her characters in their own books, thus allowing all of us to continue in the world that Austen created.
All you Southern novelists need to move over and make room for a bright new talent! Kathryn Stockett’s first novel, The Help: A Novel reveals […]
Most people love to eat and have cherished memories of meals they’ve shared over the years with friends and family. If you’ve ever read Peter Mayle, Frances Mayes or Carol Drinkwater, you know exactly what I mean. Their memoirs, while not technically in the culinary genre, all describe the planning and execution of those meals in a very personal way.