Book Review: The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova

People seem to believe that despair is the same as anguish, but it is not. It’s true that despair is surrounded by anguish, but at its core, despair is silent, a blank page. Alexandra ventured across the world to teach English in Bulgaria- a place she dreamed about together with her brother. After his disappearance … Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova

Literary Mothers- via BookRiot

A list of some of our favorite fictional moms. Read Voraciously.

Book Review: The Whole Art of Detection by Lyndsay Faye

Happily, however, a new scientific treatise upon the art of detection will shortly make its way into the world, the quality of which I hope will balance out the endless stream of sentimentality flowing from the pens of loosely factual biographers and adventure authors alike. In the authentic style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle himself, … Continue reading Book Review: The Whole Art of Detection by Lyndsay Faye

New Theme on Read Voraciously

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Excerpt: Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez- via Read it Forward

Click here to read an excerpt from this afflicting novel. Read voraciously.

Ruth Gilligan, author of Nine Folds Make A Paper Swan, on what it means to write like a girl- via Read It Forward

Author Ruth Gilligan writes about her journey as an author and what it took to get where she is today. Read voraciously.

Book Review: The Orphan’s Tale by Pam Jenoff

Everyone needs to hide the truth and reinvent himself in order to survive. Based on true events during WWII, The Orphans Tale by Pam Jenoff ephasizes the lengths we go to protect one another and the resillience of the human spirit. The story begins with Ingrid, a Jewish woman, decendant of a circus ancestry, forced … Continue reading Book Review: The Orphan’s Tale by Pam Jenoff