Tales and advice from the stunningly single! by Sonja D. Gracy Download PDF EPUB FB2
I got the idea for Tales and Advice from the Stunningly Single. after landing work as a singles magazine columnist. When the magazine's editor-in-chief asked me what kind of writings I wanted to do, I proposed something akin to the famous "In the Spirit" articles Susan Taylor used to write for Essence Taylor's winsome black woman reader columns, mine would encourage love of self Author: Sonja D.
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In “The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate,” a portal through time forces a fabric seller in ancient Baghdad to grapple with past mistakes and second chances.
The Book of the Unknown is a tale within a tale, opening with a fictional forward by a Professor Jay Katz and closing with a fictional Editor's Note. Professor Katz tells the sory about finding old papers in a German synagogue that was discovered unscathed after the Holocaust, and in the papers discovering a list of 36 names, a list of the /5(41).
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A Sense of Direction by Gideon Lewis-Kraus Living aimlessly in Berlin, writer Gideon Lewis-Kraus jets off to attempt three historically diverse pilgrimages by foot — the Camino de Santiago in Spain, the Shikoku Pilgrimage in Japan and the Rosh Hashanah kibbutz in the Ukraine — connecting the narrative of his experiences with existential musings on life’s greater, and not so great, : Jack Seemer.
The wonderfully gifted Lauren O’Hara is one of the rising stars in the children’s books industry. With a unique style that might recall Jiri Trnka and Lisbeth Zwerger, it’s not hard to see why she’s on the pastel art contains the majesty and mystique of the illustrations in Errol Le Cain’s The Snow Queen, but also convey a fairy tale-like simplicity and sweetness — a.
The Round House by Louise Erdrich (). I’ve read and loved many of Erdrich’s novels, which delve into an interwoven world of families in and around one fictional North Dakota Native American reservation, but I think The Round House is the best she’s written since her first, Love its center is a year-old Ojibwe boy, Joe Coutts, whose mother has been the victim of a Author: Tomi Obaro.
From the highly acclaimed author of Edisto and The Interrogative Mood, Padgett Powell's new collection of stories, Cries for Help, Various, follows his mentor Donald Barthelme's advice that "wacky mode" must "break their hearts." The surrealistic and comical terrain of most of the forty-four stories here is grounded by a real preoccupation with.
The book explores the relationship Indigenous people have with their surroundings. Once a Cherokee boy plants an apple seed to grow a tree, the little tree grows up unsure of itself. After apples fail to appear on the tree, the young and impatient apple tree needs convincing from the boy to give the seasons the time to work their magic.
a small selective collection of tales which for centuries have helped the very young to the very old to make sense of their inner and outer worlds.
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Reading it takes a little practice, a little pacing, and if you're really lucky, one empty weekend to devour it whole. My advice to potential readers is this: Surrender to this hakawati.
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Released in the summer of by a year-old writer with a modest reputation as a short-story writer, Catcher was a mid-summer Book-of-the-Month Club selection, and by fall it was fourth on The.
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Kipling skillfully compresses the whole of India into a single volume: the fabulous customs, the grandiose scenery, India's kaleidoscopic ethnic mix of tribe, caste and rank, and over it all, the British Raj.
The tensions and absurdities of the subcontinent are mercilessly catalogued and exposed in /5(52). If you would like to share a photo of the book you are reading, or film your own book review, please do.
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Ariana Fyne Varden is the palace healer, caring for the ailing Emperor Arik.With a sharp eye for the pathos and absurdity of the Cold War, Robert Littell crafted his first novel, the now legendary spy thriller The Defection of A.J.
opher Lehmann-Haupt of The New York Times called it "a perfect little gem, the best Cold War thriller I've read in years," and the praise kept coming with critics hailing Littell as "the American Le Carré" (New York Times.
This need to avoid gratuitously flogging dead horses for one’s own satisfaction is important to keep in mind while reading Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes’ new book, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign (Crown, $).
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