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#1 NYT AUTHOR KAREN KINGSBURY SERIES A THOUSAND TOMORROWS PREMIERE FEBRUARY 24

AFFIRM ORIGINALS PRODUCTION WILL BE STREAMED EXCLUSIVELY ON PURE FLIX SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, February 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — AFFIRM Original adaptation Karen Kingsbury best selling inspirational romance novel, Karen Kingsbury A thousand tomorrowswill premiere exclusively on Pure Flix February 24, 2023. “It is absolutely amazing to see my novel ‘A Thousand Tomorrows’ come to life on …

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Author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s new novel explores courage and solidarity in sisterhood

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni One day, a kantha a work sari is kept on author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s desk at the University of Houston. She didn’t know who it was from or why it was there. But the same saree will eventually inspire her to write her latest novel independence (published by Harper Collins India). Like …

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Florida author Sterling Watson talks about a new novel for the Midtown Reader

With his latest release, “Night Letter: A Novel” (Akashic Books 2023, $28.95), Florida author Sterling Watson proves once again that he is a master storyteller and exemplary writer. Tallahassee readers will have a chance to meet Watson and learn more about his new book from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, when he appears …

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Son of a Colt, a sex novel by Indy author Dan Wakefield

INDIANAPOLIS — Mark Pellington remembers his NFL father as kind-hearted, quiet, a deep thinker and a lover of books. After Bill Pellington’s 12-year career with the Baltimore Colts ended in 1964, a career during which the brutal linebacker was called one of the “meanest and dirtiest” to ever play in the NFL, he joined the …

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Richmond author debuts historical fiction novel inspired by ‘strong women’

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – A Richmond author hopes to encourage others to learn about stories from the past through historical fiction. Sadeqa Johnson’s first novel, The Yellow Woman, won several awards. It was inspired by the life of Mary Lumpkins, who survived and eventually freed the brutal Lumpkins Slave Prison in Richmond. “It’s really important …

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People I meet in my everyday life inspire the characters of my novels: Author Andrew Sean Greer

Writer Andrew Sean Greer, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for his satirical comedy ‘Less’, said he draws inspiration from the people he encounters in his everyday life to sketch the characters of his novels. Greer, who was in the city to address a session at the Tata Steel Literary Meet, also said …

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A Bella Coola Valley-like location for a new young adult fantasy novel by a local author

Kathleen Moore can’t wait to share her new novel The Jeweled Kingdom at a book launch and signing on Friday, January 20, in Bella Coola. A multi-generational story with characters who travel between different worlds, the book is the story of three women, Moore said. “A grandmother and her daughter escape to a farm in …

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A pioneer author publishes a novel in the Somali language to promote her heritage

When she’s not working her day job as a medical device engineer, Fadumo Yusuf writes the stories her younger self yearned for. “I never saw myself represented in the books I read, so I decided to become the change I wanted to see,” Yusuf said during a recent book signing for her new novel at …

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Iowan’s Novel Practice | Oelwein Daily Register

A former Iowa chiropractor who worked in Oelwein in the mid-1990s before settling in Croatia more than 26 years ago to practice, Douglas Cavanaugh has published his second historical novel about growing up in Northeast Iowa. Cavanaugh recently donated his second novel, published on March 3, 2020, to the Oelwein Public Library. Titled “A Long …

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