Shayla’s All-Time Favorite Novels and Why You Should Read Them

Shayla’s All-Time Favorite Novels and Why You Should Read Them

These are the best novels ever written. Fight me.

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Marketing Advice from Wallstreet Journal Bestselling Indie Author Sarah Denzil

Marketing Advice from Wallstreet Journal Bestselling Indie Author Sarah Denzil

Wallstreet Journal Bestselling Indie Author Sarah Denzil delivers excellent advice on marketing thrillers for indies.

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This Undeserved Life: Interview with Author Natalie Brenner

This Undeserved Life: Interview with Author Natalie Brenner

Natalie Brenner, bestselling author of This Underserved Life, talks about the inspiration for the book and her marketing plan. 

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Lessons Learned from a Book Launch: Interview with Kami Boley

Lessons Learned from a Book Launch: Interview with Kami Boley

Author Kami Boley recently published the second installment in the Disturbing History Saga. Today, she recounts lessons she's learned with The Gator Leaves Nothing Behind: Part II, offers advice for new indie authors, and gives us a glimpse into her authorly life.

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Interview with a Poet: Amy Lutes, Author of Baptism

Interview with a Poet: Amy Lutes, Author of Baptism

Amy Lutes, author of Baptism: On Sinking and Rising, talks about what inspired her poems and the lessons she's learned in writing and publishing it.

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Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author Elizabeth Kostova

Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author Elizabeth Kostova

Elizabeth Kostova answers your questions about writing, deadlines, Bulgaria, and her third novel, The Shadow Land.

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Get Picked to Speak: An Essential Guide for Newbie Speakers

Get Picked to Speak: An Essential Guide for Newbie Speakers

Are you a newbie public speaker in need of a guide?

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Book Review: It Was Me All Along

Book Review: It Was Me All Along

Jessica Jobes reviews Andie Mitchell’s book, It Was Me All Along.

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M. L. Gardner's 1929: A Quick Review

M. L. Gardner's 1929: A Quick Review

The 1929 series not only exceeded my expectations but left me longing for more. Even after putting down the book, I still thought about Jonathan and Ava Garrett, wondering what they were going to do next.

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Book Review: The Bell Jar

Book Review: The Bell Jar

I knew Esther was a girl after my own heart when she described her love for caviar.

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Leaders Eat Last: Book Review by Steve Goble

Leaders Eat Last: Book Review by Steve Goble

Here to talk about Simon Sinek's book, Leaders Eat Last, is Steve Goble.

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Book Review: Around the World in Eighty Days

Book Review: Around the World in Eighty Days

When you step into the world of Jules Verne, you step into a world of possibilities and endless adventures. You also meet unforgettable characters.

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Book Review: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Book Review: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Just a few of the themes in this coming-of-age autobiography are racism, displacement, resistance, influence of childhood, family ties, religion, and abandonment.

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Book Review: The Diary of a Young Girl

Book Review: The Diary of a Young Girl

“For me, it was a revelation. There, was revealed a completely different Anne to the child that I had lost. I had no idea of the depths of her thoughts and feelings.”

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Book Review: The Great Gatsby

Book Review: The Great Gatsby

“Angry, and half in love with her, and tremendously sorry, I turned away.”

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Book Review: The Outsiders

Book Review: The Outsiders

“Sixteen years on the streets and you can learn a lot. But all the wrong things, not the things you want to learn. Sixteen years on the streets and you see a lot. But all the wrong sights, not the things you want to see.”

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Book Review: And Then There Were None

Book Review: And Then There Were None

I felt like I should have been drinking a cup of hot tea while listening to Bing Crosby as I read this novel. Top me off with a ’30s hairstyle and I’d be calling everyone “dahling.”

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Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray

Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray

What can I say about such a haunting masterpiece? What words could I utter to possibly give this novella the praise it deserves?

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Book Review: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Book Review: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

“Whipped cream isn't whipped cream at all if it hasn’t been whipped with whips, just like poached eggs isn't poached eggs unless it's been stolen in the dead of the night.”

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Book Review: Frankenstein

Book Review: Frankenstein

"If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear."

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