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Title: Speculation Author: Edmund Jorgensen Genre: Mystery What would you do if you were faced with the choice between ten million dollars and a sealed envelope with no idea of its contents? For Andrew Wrangles, that is the ten million-dollar … Continue reading

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Farsighted by Emlyn Chand is an intriguing blend of YA story elements—part paranormal romance, part mystery, part contemporary hard-luck coming-of-age. I know it’s hard to imagine that a book that includes all that could still be tightly woven and thematically … Continue reading

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A few months ago, I reviewed Megg Jensen’s excellent YA fantasy novel Anathema. To give you the Reader’s-Digest version, I loved it. Which is why I was thrilled to get the opportunity to read and review the ARC of the … Continue reading

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All this discussion about self-publishing and indie authoring has revved up my curiosity engine. (This is the same engine, incidentally, that convinced me it was a good idea to try drinking unfiltered water in Mexico. Not a good idea. Not … Continue reading

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