Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Note to Teachers

Just wanted to share Save Them All by Wendy Green,a non-fiction novel written by a woman who taught in some of California’s toughest schools. It’s an interesting story about life on the education front working with troubled kids for those of … Continue reading

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Equality For All

Glow by Jessica Maria Tuccelli is a powerful new novel about race and family relations.  The author has masterfully woven a magical tale dating back to pre-Civil War days in Georgia and ending in the era prior to WWII. Told … Continue reading

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Kickin’ It in NYC

Harley Loco: A Memoir of Hard Living, Hair and Post-Punk, from the Middle East to the Lower East Side is a gut wrenching memoir written by Rayya Elias, a former drug addict.  Born in Syria, a young Elias migrated to the U.S. … Continue reading

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Metamorphosis

The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards by Kristopher Jansma is a Fabulous book!  I love so much about this book that it’s difficult to know where to begin!  This is the debut novel of a very youthful looking author with a … Continue reading

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Hole in One

Power Fade by Keith Gockenbach is a fast-paced fictional thriller about a professional golf player who miraculously survives the crash of his friend’s small plane in the Florida swamps only to discover that his life may be in jeopardy.  To … Continue reading

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Stuck in the Middle

Out of Warranty by Haywood Smith is a humorous novel about a middle-aged widow named Cassie who, like many others in this country, has poor health, a weird disease, and not enough insurance or money to cover her medical expenses. … Continue reading

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