Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Soup of the Week

Book Soup, Los Angeles-based "Bookseller to the Great & Infamous," has chosen Debra Austin's DAUGHTER OF KURA as their current Book of the Week.

They praise the book in their newsletter, saying, "Both imaginative and believable, Daughter of Kura astonishingly brings to life an ancient and untamed world. Austin has created an unforgettable heroine who comes of age in a thrilling tale of courage, loyalty, and passion."

Monday, August 10, 2009

Box Called One Of The West's Most Anticipated Storytellers

The Denver Post may be a little late to the party, but we're happy to hear they've chimed in with their own praise of C.J. Box's latest:
"Below Zero" is more of a thriller than a mystery, and the pace is relentless. The characters are fascinating, and their actions range from the heroic to despicable.

Box really knows how to create a complex situation, add suspense and then twist the tale with surprises that make for an intense and satisfying read. Box has become one of the West's most anticipated storytellers.
Read the full review and more here.

Monday, August 03, 2009

Nellie Hermann Named As A Ribalow Finalist

We're pleased to tell you that Nellie Hermann's THE CURE FOR GRIEF has been chosen as a finalist for the 2009 Harold U. Ribalow Prize. Sponsored by Hadassah magazine, the prize is awarded each year to a work of fiction with a Jewish theme.