Archive for November, 2009

Naki: An Open Letter to Oprah Winfrey (From Virginia DeBerry)

November 23, 2009

Check out this letter about the challenges that many African American authors are facing…

Naki: An Open Letter to Oprah Winfrey (From Virginia DeBerry).

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November 22, 2009

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Join me today, Sat. 11/21, 2pm, Baltimore Public Library, PA Ave. Branch, 1531 W. North Ave. for author talk/booksigning

November 21, 2009

Sheilah Vance

reads from her new novel, Land Mines.
SheilahCarolyn James’ life looked great — new job at a law school, marriage to a doctor, two children, living in a McMansion outside Boston. Then her husband leaves her for another woman, stripping her of her money, stability and self-esteem. Carolyn begins keeping a “divorce journal” to cope and rebuild, writing about her experiences with separation and divorce. Land Mines is Sheilah Vance’s second novel, after Chasing the 400. She is a lawyer practicing in Philadelphia and an adjunct professor at Villanova University School of Law.

Kindle Sales explode for Random House – $2.9 to $22.6 million « Kindle Review – Kindle 2 Review, Books

November 18, 2009

What does this mean for the future of book publishing?

Kindle Sales explode for Random House – $2.9 to $22.6 million « Kindle Review – Kindle 2 Review, Books.

Book Lover Cynthia Crossen Recommends Book Blogs – WSJ.com

November 14, 2009

Interested in blogs about fiction?  Check out this article.

Book Lover Cynthia Crossen Recommends Book Blogs – WSJ.com.

Buy Books for the Holidays: Buy Books for the Holidays 2009!

November 6, 2009

Check out this new campaign put together by bloggers who love books.  Buy Books for the Holidays: Buy Books for the Holidays 2009!.

Writers LIVE at the Library

November 3, 2009

Sheilah Vance

reads from her new novel, Land Mines.
SheilahCarolyn James’ life looked great — new job at a law school, marriage to a doctor, two children, living in a McMansion outside Boston. Then her husband leaves her for another woman, stripping her of her money, stability and self-esteem. Carolyn begins keeping a “divorce journal” to cope and rebuild, writing about her experiences with separation and divorce. Land Mines is Sheilah Vance’s second novel, after Chasing the 400. She is a lawyer practicing in Philadelphia and an adjunct professor at Villanova University School of Law.
Schedule: (click on the location to see map)

 

Writers LIVE at the Library.