March 8, 2015

Oft-Overlooked Women's History: Melanie Crowder's Audacity

Perfect for Women’s History Month, Melanie Crowder’s Audacity is a novel inspired by the life of immigrant-turned-activist Clara Lemlich Shavelson – and like the match on its cover, it starts out quietly before building up to a loud and bright blaze.

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March 7, 2015

More Romance from Cold Fury: Sawyer Bennett's Latest

In Sawyer Bennett’s latest Cold Fury romance, Garrett, a woman lets down her guard and let’s a worthwhile man in.

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March 6, 2015

The Zero-Validity Environment, from Jason Kelly

Check out an excerpt from The 3% Signal, wherein the author explains why we can’t seem to learn from previous mistakes when it comes to the financial markets.

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March 5, 2015

Nick Hornby's Latest Novel Is Here: Funny Girl

London in the 1960s was experiencing the same changes our country across the pond was seeing: movement in civil rights, the advancement of women’s rights, and plenty of rock ‘n’ roll. Against this backdrop, Nick Hornby sets his latest novel.

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March 4, 2015

A Life Without Light: Girl in the Dark by Anna Lyndsey

What would you do if, after two decades-plus of living a relatively normal life, your world suddenly went dark? If little by little then all at once you physically could not stand the light?

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March 3, 2015

Let Me Say I Love You: The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

When Rachel Joyce published her quirky and endearing debut novel, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, in 2012, her readers fell in love, not only with Harold but with the barely glimpsed reason for his journey. With her new novel, The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy, Joyce shows us the woman who made Harold a pilgrim.

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March 2, 2015

To Charm and to Devastate: Edith Pearlman's Honeydew

Edith Pearlman’s new collection, Honeydew, beautifully runs you through the full range of emotion.

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