"Books" Blogs & Blog Posts

Scribble City CentralScribble City Central

Multigenre UK children's author Lucy Coats blogs about books, mytholog...

 
Selling My Books on the Streets of BrooklynSelling My Books on the Streets of Brooklyn

The characters I meet on the street. Thoughts on books, film and TV.

 
Thinking Out AloudThinking Out Aloud

A blog of book reviews, occasional film reviews and posts on matters of int...

 
Diary of a Surprise MumDiary of a Surprise Mum

Diary of a single mum, not just about but yes about being a mum and about b...

 
A Good MoroccanA Good Moroccan

An adventure story with pictures set in Morocco and England

 
George Angus, Tumblemoose WriterGeorge Angus, Tumblemoose Writer

Author home site. Helpful articles about writing, reading and publishing

 
Powell River Books BlogPowell River Books Blog

The Powell River Books Blog features posts about off-the-grid living in a f...

 


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Afterparty is a new, excellent science fiction novel by Daryl Gregory, about drugs, God, sanity, morals, and organized crime. Its protagonist, Lyda Rose is a disgraced neuroscientist who once helped develop a drug that rewired its users' brains so th...

A new scholar book with Brontë connections:Twenty-First Century Perspectives on Victorian LiteratureEdited by Laurence W. MazzenoRowman & Littlefield Publishers978-1-4422-3233-4 • HardbackMarch 2014Victorian literature’s fascination with the...

I was excited when I saw Baltic Gambit by E.E. Knight is available! This is the eleventh in his Vampire Earth series.

Last night, the television adaptation of Game of Thrones changed an already disturbing scene from the books into an even upsetting moment on screen . And now, book author George R.R. Martin is weighing in. Read his response. Warning: Spoilers ahead!R...

Ms. Rankine is the eighth winner of the Jackson Poetry Prize, awarded by Poets & Writers.

Ms. Spencer, 92, won the award for short fiction for work that is “alert to the otherwise unobserved vital nuances of our most secret selves.”...