I’m standing behind my table at Cincinnati’s Book by the Banks Festival with my little pile of books, my bone-shaped candy and a big smile on my face that says, “I won’t bite. Come on over. Take a look.”
A few people walk by, then a pair of women who are drawn to the cover like flies to honey. “This looks like my dog,” one of them says. “A dog book?”
Drive away the doldrums of winter with these fun new reads releasing this week!
When the Rogue Returns by Sabrina Jeffries
Could quiet, unassuming Isabella be at the center of a jewel heist involving the Dutch royal family?
We’ve been nervous / excited since we learned about Starz’s original series adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander.
We’ll be celebrating the upcoming three day weekend by squeezing in an extra book. Here are the new releases we’ll be checking out.
Mercy Snow by Tiffany Baker
A tragic bus accident sets off a disturbing sequence of events in this intriguing mystery about two very different families threatening to tear one small New Hampshire town apart.
As a writer of travel essays, poetry, fiction and film, it is my goal to move you, my reader, twice: to transport you to a specific place on this earth and to move you emotionally.
This has always captivated me in my own reading, beginning back when I was nine years old and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle transported me to a dark, sinister moor in Devonshire, England and scared me out of my wits. Gabriel García Márquez placed me in South America to suffer the pangs of unrequited love; Hemingway put me in the path of the bull. Victor Hugo, Federico García Lorca, Pablo Neruda, and Paul Bowles all move me twice, and I emulate their process.