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review 2018-01-10 07:31
Eleanor Oliphant is more than fine, she is wonderful
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Gail Honeyman

Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant, the narrator of her debut novel is more than fine, she is wonderful! One of the most genuine and deeply moving character journeys I’ve read in a very long time – powerful enough to evoke tears of laughter and sadness. One of our Top Reads of 2017.

 

Read our full review of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman at bookloverbookreviews.com >>

Source: bookloverbookreviews.com/2017/09/eleanor-oliphant-is-completely-fine-by-gail-honeyman-book-review.html
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url 2017-12-04 20:22
Giveaway for my new book, The Fatness
The Fatness - Mark A. Rayner

There's three copies up for grabs -- enter to win a paperback version of The Fatness, a satire about concentration camps for fat people and bureaucracy gone mad. (A love story.)

 

 

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review 2015-07-11 23:51
Ask Graham by Graham Norton, and the reader with a bodice-ripping addiction
Ask Graham - Graham Norton

Bluntly telling it like it is as only gay comedian, chat show host and now agony uncle Graham Norton can, with wit and wisdom. Ask Graham is a collection of letters and responses from Norton’s column in the very middle class and conservative Daily Telegraph. If you’re looking for a gentle agony aunt who sensitively guides you to the solutions to life’s problems without judgement, turn back now. Not that he is ever mean to the genuinely vulnerable; he saves his mocking for the clearly stupid and those who’ve made diamond encrusted mountains out of simple, mundane molehills.

 

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Source: literaryames.wordpress.com/2015/07/11/ask-graham-norton
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url 2015-05-18 12:17
INTERVIEW with Justin Lee Anderson (author of Carpet Diem)
Carpet Diem: Or...How to Save the World by Accident - Justin Lee Anderson

Good morning, all! Joining us today is Justin Lee Anderson. As one of those unfortunate authors who were left in a tough spot when Thorstruck press closed down, he persevered and ended up being picked up by Wild Wolf press instead. He joins us today to talk about Carpet Diem: Or...How to Save the World by Accident, which (as you'll see in the blurb below) sounds like a ton of quirky fun.

Source: beauty-in-ruins.blogspot.ca/2015/05/interview-with-justin-lee-anderson.html
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review 2015-03-30 22:41
Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast
Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?( A Memoir)[CANT WE TALK ABT SOMETHING MOR][Hardcover] - RozChast

As Chast’s parents aged, she recognised the need to care for them, and she did, until they died. Graphic novel memoir Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant? details her uncensored journey with humour and poignancy, examining her changing relationships with them along the way.

 

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Source: literaryames.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/cant-we-talk-about-something-more-pleasant-by-roz-chast
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