Category Archives: Fiction

A Twisting Tale of Speculation

Once before in my reading and blogging journey, I wondered how a debut novelist could come up with a story wonderfully odd and unique and this is the second time I have had that feeling. THE BOOK OF SPECULATION presents … Continue reading

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Poldark: Do Not Miss One Stop on the Blog Tour

Thrilled to join this blog tour with Sourcebooks Landmark new tie-in editions for the Masterpiece Classic PBS series airing 6/21 – 8/2, 2015 (#PoldarkPBS).  Generally I do not enjoy reading the book that inspired a TV/movie project so this was … Continue reading

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The Intersection of Two Sisters

The wonderful folks at William Morrow make it easy and fun for a reader to select advanced reader’s editions titles.  THE PRECIOUS ONE is the latest from Marisa de los Santos. As I read and loved her three other novels … Continue reading

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Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tour Stop: RODIN’S LOVER

It is January and that means it is time for the next Heather Webb (@msheatherwebb) historical fiction novel.  This time I was proud to join the blog tour hosted by Amy Bruno and her Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tour (@hfvbt): … Continue reading

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A Love Story Across Time

I was instantly drawn to the cover of THE WIDOW’S WALK by Robert Barclay from WilliamMorrow Books.  But my affection for this book only grew as I read the story within. Elizabeth Canfield, a woman who fell to her death … Continue reading

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War Has Two Faces Endearingly Captured by Anthony Doerr

Anthony Doerr has crafted a book that is chapters and chapters of short stories somehow melded together into a story about WWII. Expressed through two characters on opposite sides of the war, it provides a window into the history and … Continue reading

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On Your Mark, Get Set – Q & A with Deborah Harkness

A CONVERSATION WITH DEBORAH HARKNESS Author of the Book of Lost Souls Triology Book Three out Tuesday, July 15 2014   Q: In your day job, you are a professor of history and science at the University of Southern California … Continue reading

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