Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ghost novel review: Her Fearful Symmetry

Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger Review Part Two Endings are so hard, aren’t they? At Laurie’s monthly book group, concerns about conclusions run high. When I listen to people describe a book, satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the ending always … Continue reading

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Book Review: Her Fearful Symmetry

Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger Scribner, 406 pages. A set of twenty-year-old twins, children of a twin, receives a mysterious inheritance—a London flat adjacent to Highgate Cemetery in which the twin girls must live together for one year before … Continue reading

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When Disaster Strikes: Part Two

When Disaster Strikes—How Writers Can Safeguard their Work Part Two Hi, Everyone. Today we sit down for a chat with author and gallant work-saver, Dan O’Connor. Our discussion will focus on what writers can do to preserve their work before … Continue reading

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Ghost Novel Review: Saving Fish from Drowning

Saving Fish from Drowning by Amy Tan I so wanted to love this book. I loved the idea—a novice ghost follows her museum friends on an ill-fated tour through Myanmar. I loved Tan’s trademark fusing of myth to narrative, particularly … Continue reading

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