Book Excerpt

Book excerpt: Drowning Lessons, by Rachel Neuburger Reynolds

I have a confession: I'm one of those weird (horrible, some may think) people who tends to read the last few paragraphs of a book before buying it. I don't know why it started, but I can tell you why it continues. See, before I decide if I want to read a book, I need… Continue reading Book excerpt: Drowning Lessons, by Rachel Neuburger Reynolds

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Book excerpt: Tides of Time, by Luna Joya

I just love when a short book excerpt leaves me with questions. You know the type of questions I'm talking about—the sort that leave you desperately wanting to read more, to know what happens next, and to find out how the book turns out. All of those questions and more are captured perfectly in this… Continue reading Book excerpt: Tides of Time, by Luna Joya

Q&As

A Q&A with Amanda McKinney, author of The Cave

A second author Q&A within a week—that's nearly unheard of here on my blog. Q&As are some of my favourite posts, though, so I'm quite happy about this timing. Today's Q&A, with The Cave author Amanda McKinney, is just as interesting as Sunday's post. We get to learn a bit about everything from where Amanda's… Continue reading A Q&A with Amanda McKinney, author of The Cave

Q&As

A Q&A with M. Billiter, author of A Divided Mind

Here's the thing about the summary of A Divided Mind, by M. Billiter: It's super short. As in, basically one paragraph. But it's also intriguing as hell. So of course that made me want to know more about the book, as well as the person behind the book. And since the author of the book… Continue reading A Q&A with M. Billiter, author of A Divided Mind

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Book excerpt: On a City Street, by Pat Wahler

Anticipation is such an important part of a novel. It keeps us readers turning pages, our stomachs in knots, and every muscle tense as we wait to find out what happens next. And today's excerpt, from On a City Street, by Pat Wahler, is absolutely dripping with it. I could write more in this little… Continue reading Book excerpt: On a City Street, by Pat Wahler