Weaving past and present, The Woman in the Photo relates the story of two heroines who live decades apart but are linked by the days before and after the Johnstown Flood of 1889.
Dear Mister Essay Writer Guy is a droll, delicious exposé of the inner workings of Moore’s mind. Oh, and it’s a writing tutorial as well. It is a writer’s must-read.
This first novel by attorney Ed Duncan wastes no time proving it belongs in its thriller genre. With likeable, unsavory characters and a fast-paced plot, Pigeon-Blood Red does not disappoint.
Ingeniously crafted and each uniquely their own, the two novellas in Mona Houghton’s Frottage & Even As We Speak transport and transfix the reader through the emotional turmoil and change of their characters. Winner of the 2012 Gold Award (Book of the Year in Literary Fiction).
Liu Xiaobo is the author of hundreds of essays and seventeen books. Most of the essays in No Enemies, No Hatred are from the period between 2004 and 2008, and reflect, in the service of freedom of speech, how words followed by action can change the direction of a country.