Monthly Archives: January 2014

February Book Contest

On February 25th, The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards by Kristopher Jansma will be released in paperback.  To coincide with this, Penguin Publishing has graciously offered a copy of the book to one lucky Bookwinked follower who resides in the United States. If … Continue reading

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The Poetry of Love

A Winged Thing and Holy by Mary Gray Kaye, a local Chicago author, is a lyrical novel about an unmarried 37-year-old female poet who resides in Chicago.  Not only does Genevieve love writing poetry, she also loves the older man … Continue reading

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Mass Depression

Why Are You So Sad? is Jason Porter’s debut novel. Raymond, the main character, believes everyone in the world is clinically depressed. On a whim, he creates a survey distributing it to his unsuspecting “LokiLoki” coworkers. The haphazardly designed survey … Continue reading

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License, Lovers, and Lies

The Secret Rooms by Catherine Bailey is an amazing true story about the 9th Duke of Rutland’s hidden past. The novel came into being when the author stumbled on a mystery while conducting research for a book about World War … Continue reading

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Secrets

The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles by Katherine Pancol is a fictional novel expertly translated from the original French.  This is the story of two sisters living in the Paris vicinity.  Their personalities are as different as night and day providing … Continue reading

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