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Lord Chief Justice Mansfield

by Michele Sharpe

"Lord Chief Justice Mansfield" is a spirited biography that details one man’s tremendous rhetorical influence over important events of the eighteenth century. Historian Ernest B. Lowrie’s comprehensive biography "Lord Chief Justice... Read More

Book Review

She Could Be You

by Michele Sharpe

"She Could Be You" is a collection of poems that invites contemplation and recognition of our shared humanity. In Margaret Joeline Brinson’s measured poetry collection "She Could Be You", vignettes about daily emotional struggles lead... Read More

Book Review

Time Peels All to Original White

by Michele Sharpe

Inventive, beautiful, and deep, the poems of "Time Peels All to Original White" muse on subjects of perennial relevance in fresh, literary ways. Xueyan’s exceptional poetry collection "Time Peels All to Original White" combines... Read More

Book Review

Status Human

by Michele Sharpe

"Status Human" is an action-oriented science fiction novel about androids whose human components bring them strength. In Daniel Weisbeck’s science fiction novel "Status Human", a sentient android does battle with a mercenary... Read More

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Way Leads onto Way

by Michele Sharpe

"Way Leads onto Way" is a gentle, spiritual poetry collection that proffers answers to people’s daily challenges. In Estelle M. Deshon’s collection of poems "Way Leads onto Way", formal verse is the vehicle, and faith and gratitude... Read More

Book Review

I Want Magic

by Michele Sharpe

A native of New Orleans with a PhD in English, C. W. Cannon brings his perspective to the city, the South, and race in his essay collection "I Want Magic". With eloquence and keen analyses, Cannon defends New Orleans as complex and... Read More

Book Review

The Slowworm's Song

by Michele Sharpe

In Andrew Miller’s historical novel The Slowworm’s Song, a British family reckons with their patriarch’s military involvement in Northern Ireland’s Troubles. Though raised as a Quaker, Stephen joined the British army when he was... Read More

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