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Something happens to you when reading the shelter of neighbours by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne. You think you are reading a reg...
Danielle Sosin’s debut novel, The Long-Shining Waters, is about three women separated by centuries and circumstances, ...
Please Look After Mom is a novel that opens like a murder mystery, and transforms into a poetic, tragic, and ultimately ...
Tori Grant Wellhouse reveiws Nothing Daunted, the story of America in the early 1900’s, the settlement of the West, an...
Kylie Grant reviews "The Death of Carrie Bradshaw," a tender story of one man’s secret love for one of his students, c...
Ramona Ausubel’s fantastical debut novel, No One Is Here Except All Of Us, is a story of a small Jewish village trying...
Kylie Grant reviews Emma Henderson's debut novel, "Grace Williams Says It Loud": "it is a brave book and one that plays ...
As a warning for a future in which women lose the right to control their bodies, When She Woke is a solid contribution t...
Val B. Russell reviews Solitaria, by Genni Gunn, a novel "with an earthy, lusty, almost ancient tone that lingers l...
Laura Delaplain reviews Nancy Kilgore's newly-released first novel, Sea Level, about the first female minister in a rura...
Wendy Jones Nakanishi reviews The Beautiful One Has Come, a collection of short stories by Suzanne Kamata: "Certain them...
Melissa Corliss DeLorenzo reviews Ellen Meeropol's debut novel, House Arrest. In the review, Corliss DeLorenzo writes: "...
Val B Russell reviews Katie Farris' boysgirls, her debut collection of stories. Russell writes in the review, "As the ti...
Mayra David reviews Siohban Fallon's debut novel, You Know When the Men Are Gone: "Among the plethora of truly touching ...