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Pen Names Use by Women Writers
There was a time when being a female writer was looked down upon and to their works published or even read by a large number of people, women writers had to use what is called a pen name or pseudonyms to disguise their identity.
Edith Wharton – First Woman Pulitzer Prize Winner
A look at Edith Wharton, the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction with her novel The Age of Innoncence.
The Poison Tree Book Review
The Poison Tree is one of the best debut novels I have read in the past couple of years. Author Erin Kelly has really set the bar high for herself. In this novel we explore the world of laid back, free spirited college kids whose lives get turned upside down.
Jodi Picoult - Author
A look at the works of Jodi Picoult. In her novels, she makes readers feel they are a part of the life of the character. You become absorbed in the events that are happening.
Unfaithfully Yours Book Review
Looking for a quick read but one that will not disappoint. Unfaithfully Yours by Anthony Patton may be the book for you.
Twas the Night Book Review
Bev Marshall´s ability to let the reader inside her characters immediately draws readers into her new novel Hot Fudge Sunday Blues. The themes of judgment, religion, role modeling, coming of age is excellent for lively discussions!
Starlit Book Review
If you have ever wondered what it may be like behind the scenes of a soap and what the lifestyle of a soap star may be like, Lisa Rinna of Days of Our Lives and Melrose Place gives us a glance.
The Nighttime Novelist Book Review
Finding time to squeeze in some writing after work, after dinner, or even after the kids go to bed can be a challenge. Author Joseph Bates offers great advice about the how to of writing and encouragement to find the time to get the book in your head on to paper/computer screen.
The Absence of Nectar Book Review
For those of you who are writers, we all know that you must hook your reader within the first few pages to keep the reader turning those pages. With The Absence of Nectar, Kathy Hepinstall jumps right into the tragic tale of our narrator, Alice.
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