The Batman: The Official Script Book Screenwriters: Matt Reeves and Peter Craig ****************************** Joker: The Official Script Book Screenwriters: Todd Phillips and Scott Silver ****************************** Published by Insight Editions Review by Steve J. Ray Batman: The Official Script Book and Joker: The Official Script Book are two beautiful volumes fromRead More →

In some cultures, there is a barbaric practice that continues today. This is called an honor killing. It is the killing of a relative, usually a daughter or a woman, that is seen as having dishonored the family. Author, Dr. Laila Anwarzai Ayoubi joined us on Wednesday on “Life.Style.Live!” discussingRead More →

Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the book Fiction – Fantasy – General “Cin – The Millennial Dragon” by John Duane Conley, currently available at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09VWMZ4FQ. Readers’ Favorite is one of the largest book review and awards contest sites on the Internet. They have earned the respect of renowned publishersRead More →

See the gallery Image Credit: MediaPunch/Shutterstock Kristoffer Polaha continues his writing journey with where the sun risesthe last novel he co-wrote with Anna Gomez. The novel is the second book of the From Kona with love series, sequel Times like this. HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Kristoffer about why where theRead More →

Clarksville, TN – In his new collection of essays memories of paradiseErin Langner’s prose delivers “stories on the brink of loss or grief, sensations that none of us seem able to escape”. The prose proved so powerful that it prompted creative nonfiction writer Wendy S. Walters to name Langner theRead More →

July 25, 2022 Books available at checkout at the Mount Airy Public Library: Fiction Hidden Treasures – Michelle Adams When Women Were Dragons – Kelly Barnhill The Lesson in Illness – Clare Beams Cold Clay – Black Juneau Eleanor Dare’s Lost Book – Kimberly Brock Find Me – Alafair BurkeRead More →

Nightmares have finally met a fearsome match. Her name is Skeletina and her mission is to help children enjoy their wildest and scariest dreams. Created by author and illustrator Susie Jaramillo, co-founder of Encantos, an entertainment technology company, Skeletina is synonymous with fearlessness, courage and empathy. Bonus points for bilingualRead More →

Elderly people and other celebrities during the release of ‘Dzüleke Phese Mu Kelhoudze’ in the village of Dzüleke on August 13. Our correspondentKohima, Aug. 14 (EMN): A book titled “Dzüleke Phese Mu Kelhoudze”, which contained centuries-old stories spanning 13 generations of Dzüleke village, was officially released in the village onRead More →

As Justin Lether learned, sharing the gospel and the Book of Mormon in “normal and natural ways” can happen just about anytime and anywhere—on the subway, at a tourist attraction, during a hotel breakfast or even soaking in hot water. bathtub on a cruise ship. “Sharing the Gospel” – particularlyRead More →

But there are two different cases in Freya Waley-Cohen’s Longborough double bill spell book and Francesca Caccini The release of Ruggiero dall’isola di Alcinaone related to the character of the work itself, the other primarily related to the philosophy behind its depiction here. Francesca Caccini was the daughter of GiulioRead More →

Kathmandu: Renowned Nepalese writer, publisher, critic Ranjana Niraula’s new book “Anubhuti Ka Abataran” launched in Kathmandu. The book was launched in a glittering ceremony in Kathmandu on Saturday. Famous writer and critic Dr. Vasudev Tripathi officially launched the book. Among others Da Gyanu Pande (critic), Da. Ram prasad Gyawali (Critic),Read More →

NEW YORK – July 26, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Fulton Books author Madison Gabrielle, a modern-day nomad born with an adventurous soul, has completed her latest book “Roadtrippers Guide to the United States”: a serious guide that will ignite wanderlust in a reader. This read showcases the jaw-dropping gems spread acrossRead More →

The onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic in the first months of 2020 – and the lockdowns that followed – caused different reactions from people. Some saw past periods confined indoors as a depressing ode to wasted time; others enthusiastically experimented with hobbies or binge-watched Netflix. Carmel Bird – like manyRead More →

Petites FemmesJurassic ParkHarry PotterLe HobbitHunger GamesTrépuscule – adaptations of bestselling books have long been a staple of the silver screen. Later this year, the best-selling children’s book Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, first released in 1965, promises to brighten up summer school vacations as a musical comedy film featuring tunes from theRead More →

Midland native Stephanie Smith has been working on her first novel for seven years. That hard work paid off – Smith, under the pseudonym Stephanie Caye, released an urban fantasy adventure novel, “The Flaws of Gravity,” on April 1. “I’ve been writing novels since I was a teenager, and evenRead More →

HarperFiction has picked up two more novels by BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood. Kate Bradley, Editorial Director, has acquired worldwide rights to Kerr MacRae from Kerr MacRae LPA. The new books are currently untitled and do not yet have release dates. Her first novel Under a Greek moonreached second placeRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions In an oft-told story from Japanese folklore, an enchanted bird marries a man. There are many variations of the story, but the one CJ Hauser tells in the title essay of his new collection, “The Crane Wife,” involves a creature that plucks its feathers everyRead More →

“Unstoppable: The Art of Crushing Goals with Confidence, Resilience, and Motivation” aims to help women turn their goals and visions into action so they can become their best self. Well-known author, nurse entrepreneur, app developer, inventor and success coach, Jamesha Ross has finally launched her new book which will giveRead More →

In Transnational Black Feminism and Qualitative Research: Black Women, Racialization and Migration, Tanja J. Burkhard explores transnational black feminism as a qualitative research framework that centers the narratives of black women. This book is a valuable resource for those committed to conducting more equitable research that disrupts extractive modes ofRead More →

NORTHUMBERLAND – A booklet of commemorative postcards will be available for sale at Norry’s 250th birthday party. Margaret Weirick from Northumberland has collected 100 postcards from the borough’s history and created a 50-page booklet that will take readers on a tour of Northumberland. Four hundred copies of “Northumberland 1772-2022: 250Read More →

Placeholder while loading article actions When I was growing up, my father – always eager to teach his retarded son – regularly intoned the phrase, “I’ll only pass this way once.” Since Dad wasn’t one to care about anyone outside of our extended family, he never quoted the rest ofRead More →

Pierre Orner. Catapult, $26 (320p) ISBN 978-1-64622-136-3 Pushcart Prize-winning fiction writer Orner (Maggie Brown and others) brings his lyrical, mosaic style to the story of his own life in this beautiful and contemplative memoir. Blending photographs, family lore, speculation and literary musings, Orner’s non-linear narrative weaves through elliptical reflections andRead More →

Monday, May 2, 2022, 9:19 a.m.Press Release: Auckland Unlimited There are now 10,000 more reasons to book a night in Tāmaki Makaurau, with everything from 4-5 star downtown hotels to highly rated beachfront stays highlighted in the latest campaign to lure visitors to Aotearoa and encourage Aucklanders to ‘staycation’ thisRead More →

When it comes to foodie books, we often think of cookbooks first, then perhaps culinary mysteries. But Jarrett Melendez’s Chef’s Kiss is not that. Instead, it’s a graphic novel that gives us a new adult story of discovery and self-discovery in the kitchen (and in life). There are so manyRead More →