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Deborah Kennedy Author OF Two Kinds Of Color: A Writer Speaks

We’re talking with Deborah Kennedy author of Two Kinds Of Color. Here’s what one reviewer had to say about it.  This novel allowed me to learn about a world a million miles from my own. I learned in so many … Continue reading

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Kergan Edwards-Stout Author Of Songs For The New Depression: A Writer Speaks

Kergan Edwards-Stout is an award-winning director and Huffington Post contributor, Kergan Edwards-Stout was honored by the Human Rights Campaign as a “2011 Father of the Year” and recently published his debut novel, Songs for the New Depression, which was short-listed … Continue reading

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Video Wednesday The Journal: Messages To Kara. A Book Trailer

[ylwm_vimeo]41295887[/ylwm_vimeo] The Journal: Messages To Kara Narration by the author, Blake Mathew James. Music by Kevin MacLeod Interview with the author: We are talking with Blake Matthew James author of The Journal;  Messages to Kara  Blake has done every job … Continue reading

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Under Oath by Magaret McLean: Reviewed By Joseph Valentinetti

Is there anything more intriguing than a courtroom drama? Full or predictability and uncertainty at the same time? The cast of characters known and clearly defined, yet a mystery. The police who are charged with enforcing the law but always … Continue reading

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Oxygen By Carol Cassella – Stephen Gallup Reviews

An interesting WSJ article by a surgeon (on how doctors are haunted by ghosts of procedures that didn’t go well) reminded me that I had not yet written a review of this excellent novel. First of all, because of my … Continue reading

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Generation, A Novel By William Knight Reviewed By Joseph Valentinetti

The beat poet, Kenneth Patchen, in his poem Street Corner College, wrote- Last year was a year ago; nothing more. We weren’t younger then; nor older now. We manage to have the look that young men have; We feel nothing behind … Continue reading

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