#PreFridayReads: STARSWEPT by Mary Fan

When I was a kid, I didn’t know what genres were. I just read books. I read a lot of books. I remember reading Frank Herbert’s DUNE for the first time, and I will never forget it. I felt my brain stretch with impossibilities of how lives could be lived and stories...

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BookTrib review of All the Best People

This week on BookTrib, Katie Pryal reviews ALL THE BEST PEOPLE by Sonja Yoerg. From the BookTrib review: "It is rare to find a book about mental illness that gives the disabled person center stage, that is, a voice, a chance to speak for herself. And here, Yoerg does...

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#PreFridayReads: Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend

by Tall Poppy Writer Orly Konig There are books that touch you, get under your skin, and hang on tight for years. MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND is one of those books for me. I read it back in 2014. My son was in elementary school at the time. Interestingly enough, he...

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Tuesday Chat with Perfectly Undone author Jamie Raintree

Let's give a warm Poppy welcome to debut author Jamie Raintree as she celebrates the release of Perfectly Undone (available now - get your copy, it's fabulous!). The road to publication is twisty at best--tell us about some of your twists. My journey to publication...

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BookTrib review of Last Christmas in Paris

This week on BookTrib, Sonja Yoerg reviews the newly released LAST CHRISTMAS in PARIS by Heather Webb and Hazel Gaynor. From the BookTrib review: "War changes everything–individuals, relationships, priorities, dreams – so it’s not surprising that stories set in...

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#PreFriday Reads: THE HEART’S INVISIBLE FURIES

By Tall Poppy Writer Kelly Simmons Once again, a bookseller hands me a book and says, “I think you’ll like this,” and I wrinkle my nose.  I don’t like the cover, I don’t like the title, and I can’t quite wrap my head around the way she describes it to me, which is:  A...

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