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Deborah Henry attended American College in Paris and graduated cum laude from Boston University with a minor in French language and literature. She received her ... Read full author bio >
Chris Mendius grew up in Naperville, Illinois. He earned a BSME from University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and an MBA from University of Chicago. After college, he moved to Chicago ... Read full author bio >
"A superb tale of the druggie lifestyle, by a writer with talent to burn."
Denny Goetz, for most of his life a resident of Manhattan, considers his appreciation of the foibles and idiosyncracies of his fellow citizens to be a trait that helped him ... Read full author bio >
"The Catholic Church and sex scandals are hardly an original topic for barbs, but Goetz's satirical novel - comprising interior monologues, letters, diary entries, and direct entreaties to God by Father Flanagan - is a funny, fresh take on organized religion."
Amy Rivers was born and raised in southern New Mexico and currently resides in Colorado with her husband and kids. She has a Master's degree with concentrations in Psychology ... Read full author bio >
As a novelist and screenwriter C C Canning (Chris) draws on an early career that spanned advertising and journalism, corporate finance and the making of award winning wines, in a ... Read full author bio >
"A family saga (that) shines in its depiction of the oddities and inanities of real life and in its delving into the numerous concerns of each day.
The narration alternates between the characters – and the storylines intersect and reflect upon one another in intriguing, thought-provoking ways. Canning’s characters are well-rounded and nuanced; although not always likeable, they act realistically, and he constantly puts them in compelling situations. In addition to ace character work, the author inserts thoughtful digressions about war, memory, ethics, business, sexuality, and ageing into his novel, making for an absorbing read with few slack moments.” - Kirkus Reviews, October 2016"
Michele Chynoweth is the award-winning author of three critically acclaimed, inspirational novels filled with drama, suspense and romance that are edgy, modern-day versions of Old Testament stories in the Bible ... Read full author bio >
"...an exploration of what a contemporary Job might look like, Chynoweth’s tale should more than satisfy."
Thomas Barlow is an iconoclast who thinks deeply about the scientific method. Formerly a Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, and a columnist with the Financial Times in London, he now ... Read full author bio >
"This is a rare book - hilarious, thoughtful, and culturally relevant all at once."
'Chasing Squirrels in Retrospect' is semi-autobiographical, which is quite embarrassing really - if you've read the book then you'll understand.
Born in 1979, Stephanie Lawless is originally from Widnes ... Read full author bio >
"This novel is apparently inspired by the chick-lit genre, but it’s heavier on humor and lighter on drinking and promiscuity. Georgia’s story, told in the first person, is almost always humorous, except when circumstances turn heartbreaking"
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