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BEL-AIR DEAD: Woods shows glimpse of past greatness

It’s summertime and the reading is supposed to be easy. So far, I’ve not been impressed. Maybe I’ve just picked the wrong titles.

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Jael McHenry: First-time novelist uses love of cooking to connect with readers

The beginning of Jael McHenry’s debut novel, “The Kitchen Daughter,” will leave you dazed and confused – just the way the rookie novelist and her editor at Simon and Schuster  intended.

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Conquering the Comma: A writer’s perspective

Dr. Fred Tarpley, professor emeritis of English at Texas A&M University – Commerce and self proclaimed Book Doctor, has declared “War on Commas.”

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Q&A with rookie author Taylor Stevens: Writer’s backstory as compelling as the thriller she created

Finding new authors with fresh voices seems to be a lost art, even though publishers do their best to convince us otherwise.

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Too many pirates, plots spoil the adventure

Secret agents, spies and bad guys drop like flies in Steve Berry’s new book, “The Jefferson Key.” I quit counting dead bodies at around 10 – and skipped over a couple of particularly brutal death scenes.

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