Leslie A. Kelly’s ‘I’ll Be Watching You’ Delivers Catty Hollywood Suspense [REVIEW]

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Can a crush on a matinee idol turn into lasting love? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She grew up a ward of the state. He’s a Hollywood heartthrob. One of them has a target on their back. Will circumstances draw them together or send them running in opposite directions? Find out in Leslie A. Kelly’s I’ll Be Watching You. Read more of this post

THE BRIDLED TONGUE: Five Questions for Catherine Meyrick [INTERVIEW]

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Author Catherine Meyrick stops by to chat about her latest book, The Bridled Tongue. (Photo courtesy Canva/Courante Publishing/Catherine Meyrick)

Why do people get married? It’s a question many of us ask ourselves, before and after taking vows. Yet as sticky a question as that can be in modern times, back in 1586 England, the answers were even more complicated than they are now. Find out why as author Catherine Meyrick sits down to chat with us about her new historical novel, The Bridled Tongue. We hope you enjoy this exclusive interview! —J&H Read more of this post

Chris Babu’s ‘The Insurrection’ is the Perfect Read for Self Quarantine [REVIEW]

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Welcome to New America. (Photo courtesy Canva)

The world as we know it is over. In its place has arisen a New America. The new regime challenges its citizens in ways they never thought possible. And now the fate of the world is in the hands of our youth, and a small group of teens will do anything necessary to reveal deeply entrenched secrets. Enter a fascinating—but dangerous—dystopian world, as only author Chris Babu could imagine it. Read more of this post

Kayte Nunn’s ‘The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant’ is an Uplifting yet Heartbreaking American Debut [REVIEW]

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Love never dies when it is expressed in a letter. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A committed woman. A young scientist. Discover the trove of letters that binds them together across the chasm of time that separates them in Kayte Nunn’s intriguing new novel, The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant. Read more of this post

‘The Road to Delano’: Six Questions for John DeSimone [INTERVIEW]

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For a high school senior back in 1968, there are few dreams in life as big as leaving his small town behind and pursuing his goal of playing baseball. But murder and unrest threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. In The Road to Delano, author John DeSimone delivers a thoughtful tale about justice and equality. Now we hope you enjoy our exclusive interview. —J&H Read more of this post