A modern morality tale of male hubris, high jinks, and humility comes in brilliant prose. Author and creative writing professor Michael Piafsky is a word wizard who moves readers from pity to humor to pathos in "All the Happiness You... Read More
Ballantine has written a clever book about the highs and lows of the writing life, small-town America, and the loony foibles and fantasies under which we all live. Even if you have never read Poe Ballantine’s work before, you know him.... Read More
"Trapped in a Nightmare" transcends other self-published memoirs about people with power and their exploitation of the weak. The words “Nazi atrocities” instantly evoke images of the extermination of European Jews during World War... Read More
Insightful observations on business, music, and language offer a philosophical perspective on the immigrant experience. “Music was always a refuge for me. The most effective by far, ever since childhood,” songwriter and performer... Read More
Like the switchback mountains, lush valleys, and rushing waters of its setting, this account will capture readers with deceptively simple descriptions of life in Latin America. Only gradually, through the author’s depiction of a... Read More
If fiction is the art of painting pictures in words, Seebohm’s historical novel, "The Innocents" fascinates with its hues. The book opens with a sepia-toned portrait of the Crosby twins’ retreat from the debutante life of Edwardian... Read More
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