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By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Stephen Roulac: "Mark Updegrove’s scholarly mastery of oral histories, original source documents, and presidential writings, combined with a flair for exquisite storytelling make for a fascinating, can’t-put-down, lust-for-more read".
By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Darren Richard Carlaw writes "These writers examined the intersection of race, culture, and gender in the Western metropolis, and challenged the definition of what it meant to be “British” in the 20th centuries"
By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer Gordon S. Grice: "Handmade Houses: A Century of Earth-Friendly Home Design Richard Olsen has presented a valuable survey of the development of this building type over the past 75 years. The book is beautiful, informative, and beguiling"
By Chuck Howe
The Brookhaven Learning Center in Chelsea, VT recently won a Children's Literacy Foundation Grant (CLiF) that entitles them to a $1000 worth of library books for their school! Reading has become a huge focus at Brookhaven in recent years.
By Jennifer Fromke
Jennifer Fromke’s debut novel, A Familiar Shore, releases March 23, 2012 from Write Integrity Press.
By Enlighten Heights Productions
Florida Pastors records YouTube video encouraging Pastors across the globe to read the book “Just Believe” by author Bertha Barrett. The Pastors believe the book should be used to teach congregations the true power of believing.
By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jeffery Feiner writes, “If you are in search of a mindless read, are a rabid fan of Mr. Goreski, and have little to no fashion expertise, then this book is for you for you".
By New York Journal of Books
Cynthia Doran writes,“With The Art of Medicine: Over 2,000 Years of Images and Imagination on your lap a faraway gallery is made available—a gallery in which the past and the current worlds appear, both filtered through the art of medicine.”
By New York Journal of Books
NYJB Reviewer Jerry Mark Silverman writes, "Ms. Dudziak’s answer to those questions is that a failure to recalibrate our thinking about what must be accepted during times of “war” poses a threat to Americans’ civil liberties."
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Kathy Barber Hersh writes, "“Parents fighting to keep band, drama, and dance programs alive in their children’s schools need to read The Muses Go to School: Conversations About the Necessity of Arts in Education"
By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jeffrey Feiner writes, "This petite anthology will have the most seasoned of fashionable folks blushing—especially when one of the fables’ morals hits home in the most uncomfortable and revelatory ways".
By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Geri Spieler writes, "The book is presented as a diary of sorts, each chapter alternating authors. The reader gets a glimpse of this work from both perspectives that add an interesting element to the subject."
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Fran Hawthorne praises Rachel Herz, “Ms. Herz indeed proves her point about ‘benign masochism.’ We are disgusted by disgust. And we can’t stop reading about it."
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Stephen Roulac writes,"Susan Cain’s extraordinary must-read, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, explores the important...and largely under-appreciated role of introverts in contemporary culture"
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By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Robert Schaefer writes, “Those wild and crazy mathematicians! . . . The Best Writing on Mathematics 2011 is so valuable that this reviewer plans to read it twice again. . . . This collection is just that good.”
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Tony Bailie writes, "From the Mouth of the Whale is a story of a man out of sync with the time in which he lives but whose very sense of being is wired into the physical environment into which he was born".
By Ready, Set, Read, Inc.
She realizes her vision to support anyone in learning to read.
By Sassy Brit (Alternative-Promos)
Thought-provoking vignettes with an underlying nefariousness portraying the horror of both fantastical and real life situations, which work on our human weaknesses (anxieties, fear and loathing) with a twist of satire and black humour thrown in.
By Kristin Müller-Wenzel
What happens if always other make decisions for you and no one had really talk to you? That is the story of Annika, her life and her loneliness.
By Cozy Cat Press
Boyer's New Cozy Mystery Features Retired Gumshoe Granny Bess Bullock
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Kim Nayyer states, "The impressive visual presentation and the tight, captivating narrative leave the reader with a sense of having gotten to know this man—even to understand him—while at the same time despising his crimes".
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Karen Dionne writes, "...breathes life into a man baby boomers thought they knew, and who...a new generation is just discovering for the first to examine, in full, the life of one of the most influential iconoclasts of our time."
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Sharon Hunt praises, "The Prague Cemetery is a masterpiece ... It is controversial, as well. Hopefully, the novel will also make readers uncomfortable, make them think and, most importantly, make them question."
By PIX/SEE Productions
The wait is over: the final segment of Gregory Blair’s horror novel THE RITUAL is available this December at and Get your copy and get a few extra shivers this holiday season.
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Jillian Abbott writes, "Rome: A Cultural, Visual, and Personal History is a nonstop read, sweepingly ambitious and fascinating..."
By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer David Cooper writes, "... there is a gutsy shift in narrative tone that lends the ending a sense of closure." Mr. Cooper notes that this debut nonfiction memoir depicts the male perspective on grief, as compared to female author Joan Didion.
By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer David Spiro writes, “This is a well argued and clearly written work that will appeal to a wide variety of readers with a broad spectrum of interests (previous knowledge of economics is not a prerequisite)."
By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer Vinton Rafe McCabe writes, "Here, in a book that exists within the context of the blue nights, the gloaming, she conjures her daughter Q, evokes her spirit—and finds it so very full of life."
By New York Journal of Books
Win of free copy of a sensational new book. New York Journal of Books reviewer Jeremy McGuire raves, ", "[a] well-crafted, beautifully written, and engaging mystery."

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