Feb 12, 2016
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with a voice
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J.R. Hamantaschen “With A Voice that is Often Still Confused But is Becoming Ever Louder and Clearer”

There are a couple of ideas that I return to again and again. Whether life is worth living, and how that could be ascertained without knowing what it feels like to die.

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Panayotis Cacoyannis on “Bowl of Fruit (1907)”

I’m sure that like all books, good and bad, Bowl of Fruit (1907) will mean different things to different people. For me it’s a tale about identity, authenticity and the unpredictability of life.

the artful
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Barbara de la Cuesta on her book “The Artful Lodger”

I love women’s stories. Their lives can become so absurd, their heroism so unlike a man’s…

ripped paper background
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J.A. Carter-Winward on “Grind”

You won’t find any velvet blindfolds, latex and leather or furry handcuffs in this book. What you will find is a stark examination of relationships, control, money, power and sex, all culminating into a shocking climax that changes each of their lives.

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Dean Ammerman on his “Escape from Dorkville”

There are lots of deep and serious books in the world. This is not one of them.

magic bat
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Kevin Christofora on Why He Wrote a Kids Book About Baseball

Most parents today know very little about baseball. So, unlike previous generations, they don’t have a lot to pass on to their children, and most kids today know more about Angry Birds than they do about America’s National Pastime.

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Peggy Lampman on her Inspiration for “Simmer and Smoke”

Two women from dramatically different backgrounds find their lives and ambitions intersecting as they try to find success in the culinary world.

burn zones
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Jorge Newbery Shares his Business Success and Failures in “Burn Zones”

Potential investors run background checks and discovered what looks like my horrific past. I used to write long explanation letters. Nowadays, I just hand them a copy of my book.

the mask
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Ken Ulano Talks About “The Mask Maker”

Albert Johnson is a prodigy raised in abuse and isolation, living at his childhood home in rural Maryland.

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Peggy Lampman on “Simmer and Smoke: A Southern Tale of Grit and Spice”

Two women from dramatically different backgrounds find their lives and ambitions intersecting as they try to find success in the culinary world.

come dancing
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Leslie Wells on “Come Dancing”

“Come Dancing” is for anyone who’s ever wondered what it’s like to go out with the lead singer of your favorite band.

intensive therapy
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Jeffrey Deitz on Intensive Therapy: A Novel

As a practicing psychiatrist and psychoanalyst I want to take readers inside good therapy and show them how therapy saves and changes people.

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Cynthia H. Wise on her Book “Portrait of Rage”

No one event or person inspired Portrait of Rage. All you have to do is watch the news.

stop the diet
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Lisa Tillinger Johansen on “Stop The Diet, I Want To Get Off!”

A dietitian examines the pros and cons of dozens of the most popular diets and ultimately gives the reader a healthy eating plan for life.

the boy and
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Russell Newell Talks about “The Boy and the Bastard”

The Boy and the Bastard is a thriller, an epic love story, and a coming of age, all in one book.

wished away
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S.P. Cervantes on “Wished Away”

“Wished Away” is about a spunky woman named Jess who has it all.

Lost Ground
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Ulla Jordan Talks about “Lost Ground”

The eyes of the world are on Finland in November 1939, as its Winter War with Russia turns into a classic David and Goliath struggle.

the ghost
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Brad Rau on “The Ghost, Josephine”

If you like Jonathan Lethem, Charles Portis or Chuck Palahniuk, if you’re receptive to dark comedy and you like a lean novel that’s chock-full of quirky characters and weird situations, you’ll probably like this one.

the four horseman
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Bob Klosterman on “The Four Horseman of the Investor’s Apocalypse”

There are four forces that work against investors in their pursuit of long-term financial security: inflation, volatility, group think and global disruptions and dislocations.

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Don Desroches on his book “Conscious Coupling”

Two Divorce Mediators use information gathered while counseling couples to help them be proactive in their relationships before they get on the path to divorce.

no apologies
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“No Apologies” Author J.A. Carter-Winward

It’s the type of work demanded by the technical age: the pieces are immediately accessible, they tell a story and they are something you can go in and out of and read out of context.

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Page McBrier Talks About “Abracadabra Tut”

A fun, fast-paced read, full of action and adventure that offers surprises at every twist along the journey.

saving mona
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Gerri Chanel on “Saving Mona Lisa: The Battle to Protect the Louvre and its Treasures During World War II”

Saving Mona Lisa is a fascinating read for anyone interested in history, art, France, Paris, the Louvre or simply a gripping, inspirational story.

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Jonathan Maas on His Award-Winning Sci-Fi Book “Spanners: The Fountain of Youth”

The idea that differing lifespans could give beings strange powers came about when I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia, Africa.