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Historical Fiction from a Lawyer Who Saw It All

What's it About? “I remember the summer my best friend Angela met Danny.” The first sentence of My Best Friend is Angela Bennett (Inanna Publications) by Canadian author Suzanne Hillier might seem to hint this book...

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Explore Grief and Healing on a Mother’s Journey to Find

What's it About? Explore grief and healing on a mother’s journey to find her son What an emotional whirlwind! Anyone who has been through loss, grief, finding your way through the tough times and leaning on family and...

Taiwanese Author’s English Debut is a Musical Journey of Self-Discovery

The Piano Tuner by Chiang-Sheng Kuo What's it About? This bestseller and winner of every major literary award in Taiwan is a poignant novel about love and loss, broken dreams and desolate hearts — and music. “Anyone...

A Māori Cop and Murders That Are All Too Personal

Better the Blood by Michael Bennett What's it About? An absorbing, clever debut thriller that speaks to the longstanding injustices faced by New Zealand’s indigenous peoples, by an acclaimed Māori screenwriter and director. “If you want to...

Interview with Hazel Lane, Author of Staying Broken

What’s the story behind the story? What inspired you to write Staying Broken (Single Dads Club)? All of my books come from me so the stories ALWAYS have bits of actual events that I have been a part of...

1968 Romeo & Juliet Film Stars Sue Over Underaged Nude

Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting — who both starred in 1968’s Romeo and Juliet when they were 15 and 16, respectively — have sued Paramount Pictures for more than $500 million. The suit, filed Tuesday in the L.A....

Interview with Henry Olek, Author of A Few Murders in

What’s the story behind the story? What inspired you to write A Few Murders in My Neighborhood? I’ve made a wonderful living in Hollywood as a screenwriter/producer. Yet when my favorite (and most optioned) screenplay A Few Murders in...

Unlocking Us: Living BIG, Parts 1 and 2

Brené Brown, author of the New York Times bestsellers The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, Braving the Wilderness, and Dare to Lead, has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy as a research professor at the University of Houston. And...

The Story Behind One Bossy Date by Nicole Snow

The Story Behind One Bossy Date by Nicole Snow The best kind of love gets awkward, messy, and unexpected. It’s all of that and infinitely more in my latest grumpy-sunshine meets enemies-to-lovers office romance, One Bossy Date. Our story...
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