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‘Millennium Trilogy’: Not the way I choose to spend my precious free time

It seems everyone in the world has read Stieg Larsson’s “Millennium Trilogy.”  Everyone, that is, but me.


Breaking Stereotypes

The recent influx of modern fantasy books and television shows, such as the “Twilight Saga” and “True Blood,” has poisoned a genre that has always struggled with a bad reputation. At the worst of times, the fantasy genre is known as the sanctuary for every lunatic who thinks they can write, and at the best of times, it is looked upon as nothing more than cheap entertainment.


New book began with a Post-It note and a good deal of fear: Scott Turow talks about the sequel to ‘Presumed Innocent’


When your first novel stays on the New York Times Best Seller list for 45 weeks, it’s a pretty sure bet you’ll have some reservations about writing a sequel.


Tornadoes, dragons and the nightmare of mental illness: A young man’s journey – a mother’s faithful heart

By the time he was 13 months old, doctors knew there was something off-kilter with Randi Davenport’s son, Chase. He couldn’t wave “bye, bye.” He didn’t speak. He startled easily. He wasn’t trying to walk.


A classic revisited

Action, adventure, love, and friendship are all associated with the three musketeers who were introduced by Alexandre Dumas in 1844.

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