Category Archives: Reviews

Of Brontë and Brussels sprouts

Hello. My name is Chris, and I’ve never read a Brontë before. Well, up until last month, anyway. I had always put all those Brontë sisters in the category of stodgy old stuff I was supposed to read but didn’t … Continue reading

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Book review: The League of Seven by Alan Gratz

I recently finished a book I picked up at the SCBWI Carolinas regional conference last month: The League of Seven by Alan Gratz. I enjoyed it so much that I had to share. While The League of Seven is marketed … Continue reading

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The Brothers’ Keepers book release!

I’m quite pleased that today is the publication day for The Brothers’ Keepers, a thriller by friend and writing group colleague Matthew Peters. Matthew’s book was released today by MuseItUp Publishing, and is available from Amazon and other fine retailers … Continue reading

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Book review: Conversations Among Ruins

I’m thrilled to share the news that my writing group colleague Matthew Peters has come out with his second book this year, the fabulous Conversations Among Ruins. It’s very different from Matthew’s other work, which is in the mystery/thriller genre, … Continue reading

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How to meet books: Two great reads

I just finished two great books that couldn’t be any more different from one another: Feed by M.T. Anderson and How to Meet Boys by Catherine Clark. Feed is YA science fiction, set in a future America where children’s brains … Continue reading

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