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Posted October 06, 2021in Book Review

Book Reviews

‘A Spindle Splintered’ If you’ve been following along, you’ll have likely caught on to my addiction to fairy tales, myths, timeless stories of all varieties. So it’ll be no surprise [...]

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Posted September 01, 2021in Book Review

Book Reviews

‘She Who Became the Sun’  Some stories are so old and so human that they feel like a part of our DNA. Fables, faerie tales, myths. Reading this book felt [...]

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Posted August 04, 2021in Book Review

Book reviews

‘Black Sun’  I have been aching for a vacation lately. A universal feeling, it seems these days. If you’re like me and can’t get away just now, then I have [...]

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Posted June 02, 2021in Book Review

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‘We Are Watching Eliza Bright’  Advance warning: This is not an easy read. Both in structure and in subject matter, Osworth demands a lot from readers, but it is worth [...]

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Posted May 05, 2021in Book Review

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‘Burning Girls and Other Stories’ Fairy tales, myths, fables… there is a lot of power hidden in innocuous stories. The kind of power that Veronica Schanoes wields like a torch [...]

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Posted March 31, 2021in Book Review

Book Reviews

‘Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African American Cooking’ African-American influence is felt but rarely seen in so many aspects of modern American life, and nowhere is this more evident [...]

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Posted April 01, 2020in Book Review

Book Reviews

‘A Good Neighborhood’ Oak Knoll, a racially diverse suburban North Carolina neighborhood of modest ranch houses and mature trees, is upended when Brad Whitman, who is white, builds a mansion [...]

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