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TERMITE PARADE – Joshua Mohr

TERMITE PARADE by Joshua Mohr Two Dollar Radio – July 2010 180 pages; $16.00 “There were days I felt like the bastard daughter of a ménage a trois between Fyodor Dostoevsky, Sylvia Plath,and Eeyore. Days Pungent with Disappointment. Days soiled … Continue reading

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BEST KEPT SECRET – Amy Hatvany

BEST KEPT SECRET by Amy Hatvany Washington Square Press – June 2011 352 pages; $15.00 “I felt no real desire for my death. No part of me said, now suicide, there’s a good idea. I longed only for an absence … Continue reading

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THE PRIEST’S GRAVEYARD – Ted Dekker

THE PRIEST’S GRAVEYARD by Ted Dekker Center Street Books – April 2011 368 pages; $24.95 Growing up in a small Bosnian village Danny Hansen dreamed of one day being a Catholic priest. During the country’s civil war, a young Danny … Continue reading

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THE CHRONOLOGY OF WATER – Lidia Yuknavitch

THE CHRONOLOGY OF WATER by Lidia Yuknavitch Hawthorne Books – April 2011 310 pages; $15.95 Writer and university professor Lidia Yuknavitch’s life hasn’t been easy. In a lot of ways it has been about just keeping her head above water … Continue reading

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DRINKING CLOSER TO HOME – Jessica Anya Blau

DRINKING CLOSER TO HOME by Jessica Anya Blau Harper Perennial – January 2011 337 pages; $14.99 For me a really good book is one that I keep going back to, after I have put it down, because I just want … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight: Diane Griffin

Diane Griffin Everything You Need to Know About the Security Clearance Process Genre: Non-Fiction Publisher: Diane Griffin ISBN: 9781427646682 Bio:  Diane Griffin, President and owner of Security First & Associates, says her motivation for writing Everything You Wanted to Know About the … Continue reading

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How I Fell In Love With Audiobooks

June is audiobook month, so I thought I would post about how I fell in love with audiobooks. For some time, I had a job as a bank courier. My job was spent in my car for 8 hours a … Continue reading

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