Archives for the month of: April, 2017

#Bookreview THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE by Katherine Arden (@arden_katherine) A magical fairy-tale with a touch of the classics

#Reviewblitz PETALS by Laurisa White Reyes (@lwreyes) Grief, survivor’s guilt, identity and family relations in a beautifully written book set in Guatemala.

#Bookreview BIG LITTLE LIES by Liane Moriarty Dark chick-lit or humorous mystery wonderfully written and with great characters.

#TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview Ronald Laing: The rise and fall and rise of a radical psychiatrist by David Boyle (@davidboyle1958) #RBRT An insightful and clear introduction to Laing’s life and work in time for his rediscovery

#Bookreview ANNE BOLEYN IN LONDON by Lissa Champman (@lissachampman) Plenty of information on the court and the London of the era and a balanced view of Anne’s historical figure

A fantastic article about Chekhov, or rather a speech given to writers. Don’t miss the 6 principles that make for a good story.

Chekhov’s quest to inoculate himself against ennui offers lessons for writers working in our current climate of desensitization.

Source: Love in the Time of Numbness; or, Doctor Chekhov, Writer – The New Yorker

#Bookreview STREET SOLDIER by Andy McNab (@The_Real_McNab) Action packed, with an engaging protagonist and a hopeful and inspiring message

#Bookreview SMARTER FASTER BETTER: The Secrets of Being Productive by Charles Duhigg (@cduhigg) An inspiring and enlightening book on the topic, not a fast read or a practical manual.

#Bookreview ROSIE’S LITTLE CAFE ON THE RIVIERA by Jennifer Bohnet (@jenniewriter) A good holiday read for grey weather (in or out)

#TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview REMNANTS by Carolyn Arnold (@Carolyn_Arnold) #RBRT High-octane Police Procedural. And guest post


100 Books and Reviews for 2017

Ann Fields

Author of Quality Literature

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