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Category Archives: Virginia is for Book Lovers
Hardcover: 394 pages Publisher: Five Star (June 16, 2010) ISBN-10: 1594148600 Source: Author Annie Bartlett returns to her small Florida hometown after her father is murdered. She demands to confront the woman acquitted of the crime, and is astonished to find that she looks remarkably like her mother, who has been dead since she was […]
Hardcover: 384 pages Publisher: Pocket (January 5, 2010) ISBN-10: 1439123349 Source: Publisher In 2012, a viral infection sweeps the country and wipes out half the population. A new government rises up from the ruins, called “The Confederation of the Willing.” The Confederation provides the only food, supplies and resources availablle. Given this additional power & […]
I’m officially resurrecting my dormant Virginia is for…book lovers feature. I have a ton of great authors lined up to feature, but unfortunately sometimes life takes you over! I promise to make this a monthly feature and give these amazing authors their due! This month’s featured author is Laurie Brodie, author of The Widow’s Season. […]
I’m pleased to announce the first author to be featured is Elizabeth Massie. First, a bit of information on Elizabeth, taken from her website. Elizabeth Jane Spilman Massie was born and raised in Waynesboro, Virginia, a town in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Tended by a newspaperman/journalist father and watercolorist mother, she and her two sisters […]
Virginia is known for many things, our great wine, historic locations like Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Manassas. Virginia is also known for it’s amazing writers! Thanks to Michelle at Galleysmith, I’ve decided to start a new feature highlighting authors from my state, the Commonwealth of Virginia, by doing a review of one of their books. This […]