Foreword Reviews

  • Book of the Day

    Mother of Invention

    On its surface, Mother of Invention is a quasi-feminist speculative novel about reinventing the way that women give birth.

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    Two Lives

    The memoir shifts between subjects quickly and seamlessly, weaving the intensely personal and the mundane with charming finesse. The prose has depth while maintaining lightness. Two Lives is an engrossing memoir.

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  • Book of the Day Roundup May 21-May 25

    Another week another roundup!

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  • Interview with Silas House

    Author of Southernmost

    Let’s get one thing clear: There’s no such thing as real Americans. We are one nation, one people, inseparable, united by a common set of ideals.

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  • Doing It Right

    With US debuts from established international authors to novels from emerging writers, this debut fiction feature has a deep bench.

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Get Outside

by Kara Hansen

It’s finally summer. The snowy, cold, and gray days of winter are far behind now—at least for a little while—and long days of sunshine and blue skies are here to take their place. Along with this relief of warm weather comes the... Read More

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This Land is Our Land

by Kristine Morris

Wonder, awe, respect—conflict, abuse, greed. All these have characterized humans relationship with nature. Is there a... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup May 21-May 25

by Hannah Hohman

Legend of the Star Runner A Timmi Tobbson Adventure J. I. Wagner Cindy Froehlich, illustrator freshabooks Softcover $12.99 (168pp) 978-3-96326777-2 Buy: IndieBound, Amazon A spirited trio of kid sleuths undertake a classic treasure hunt... Read More

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Doing It Right

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Emotional and physical risks court an awkward levity. Rural towns pool with unexpected darkness. A city reveals African... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup May 14-May 18

by Hannah Hohman

Small Moving Parts D. B. Jackson Turner Publishing Softcover $17.99 (384pp) 978-1-68336-782-6 Buy: IndieBound, Amazon Small Moving Parts is an emotive, atmospheric, and memorable tour de force. Not to be missed. In 1958, on a summer’s... Read More

Book Review

Enlightenment Town

by Katie Asher

Jeffery Paine’s "Enlightenment Town" is a witty, in-depth exploration of a unique place and its spiritual inhabitants. It doubles as a humorous and enlightening look at the world’s religions, many of which are represented in... Read More

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