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Book Review: “Fighting Ruben Wolfe”

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Feminism Now and Then: The Coquette and The Laugh of the Medusa Book Comparison and Review

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Book Review: “The Astonishing Color of After”

The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X. R. Pan is a book about love–familial and romantic.  In the aftermath

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A Heart for the Work

“I thought the poverty, chaos, and sadness I saw there were products of my Northern vision, that of a doctor

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Book Review: “The Book Thief” (This One’s for The Writers)

This book is over a decade old, so say hello to its millionth book review.  But Writers, this one’s for

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How To Write a Letter of Query to a Literary Agent

A query letter, huh?  Sounds easy, but it must be precise.  For all you authors trying to hook an agent,

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Book Review: “I Am One of You Forever”

You want to smile?  Read this book.  You want to cry?  Read this book.  You want to laugh, shout, weep? 

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1984 and Totalitarian Governments (Stalin and Hitler) Book Review

The novel 1984 written by George Orwell, is a set of comments on society as it clearly shows how an

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Book Review: “We Were Liars”

Looking for a quick, mysterious, romantic, psychological read?  Teenagers (and adults), this is for you.   We Were Liars by

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How to Create a Main Character

Creating a main character for your novel isn’t easy.  So I’m here to help, because I’ve created a handful of

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