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Thanksgiving Marks a Time to Share Stories

Wishing all of our fellow readers and reviewers a joyous Thanksgiving. We appreciate your continued readership and hope that as you shop tomorrow for Black Friday, you consider purchasing books discovered here on Author Exposure. Every story is worth sharing and we’re sure you’ll do a lot of that as you connect with family and friends today. Check out The Moth and First Person Arts to celebrate the art of storytelling. Happy Thanksgiving!     Check out our Book Addict… Read more »

Thanksgiving Marks a Time to Share Stories

Wishing all of our fellow readers and reviewers a joyous Thanksgiving. I appreciate your continued readership and hope that as you shop tomorrow for Black Friday, you consider purchasing books discovered here on Author Exposure. Check out our Pinterest Board for a few titles to pick up! Every story is worth sharing and I’m sure you’ll do a lot of that as you connect with family and friends today. Check out this slideshow. It’s a powerful reminder about the art… Read more »

Book Review: “The Truth About Us” by Dalene Flannigan

Book Review: “The Truth About Us” by Dalene Flannigan

Reviewed by June J. McInerney   A sensitive, talented writer can incorporate sordid and distasteful violence—especially toward woman—into a novel’s plot-line so that the reader is not totally offended or turned away. Dalene Flannigan, author of The Truth About Us (November 2011), is such a writer. This short, fast-paced, intriguing novel is not, however, about violence, per se, but how it affects the lives of three college friends. Grace, Jude, and Erica—one a victim of date-rape—find themselves embroiled in the consequences… Read more »

Book Review: “Hunting for Sparrows” by Beatrice Gerard

Book Review: “Hunting for Sparrows” by Beatrice Gerard

Reviewed by June J. McInerney  Once you realize the name of its main protagonist, “Thelma”, is the anagram of “Hamlet”, the first puzzle piece is in place of Hunting for Sparrows (March 2012), an intricately involved psychological thriller by Beatrice Gerard set in the über-rich, elite society of the modern corporate world. Following the plot lines of Shakespeare’s tragedy, the author renames and switches genders of four characters and sets their story in present-day West Palm Beach.  The Bard’s tales… Read more »