The common word exact without vulgarity, If you talk to a publisher or a literary agent today you will be advised on how
6. Professed, by Nicola Rendell, Independent, July 28, 2016. Romance. Rendell is the new kid on the block with chops. She
I scored "A Man Called Ove" an ovely 8 out of 10. In 2014 the world discovered the gentle tale of a true curmudgeon in Fredrik
When news of death and terror fills our minds, when a crude parody of a man threatens to become the ruler of our great nation, when things seem darkest: Then comes a pig.
The contempt these mystery readers sometimes feel directed at them gets recycled as they express disdain for books they don't like which have been written and enjoyed by people they have to denigrate. That's not an argument or even a defense: it's blatant insecurity.
We know what to eat; we simply keep refusing, across an expanse of squandered decades, to swallow it.
All right, time for some industry secrets. (Well, maybe not secrets, but certainly not widely known).
Foreward Reviews, a quarterly magazine focused on books published by independent publishing houses, selected The Price They Paid: Enduring Wounds of War by Michael Putzel (Trysail Publishing 2015) as one of only four works of nonfiction favored by its reviewers as the best books of 2015.
The Times reports that Gladwell hands blurbs out like Santa, though he doesn't seem to care if authors are naughty or nice.
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