Anthony Webster leads an uneventful life – until now.
“Short, compelling, and eerie, Fever Dream is unlike anything else I’ve read.” — Laura LaVelle, NewsWhistle
When Theodor Geisel wasn’t being Dr. Seuss, he created his own art, for his own enjoyment.
*** NOVEL: Nineteen Eighty-Four AUTHOR: George Orwell YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 1949 REVIEW: A friend of mine recently decided to start a book club. I’m always up for a good book discussion, but as she lives in Columbus, Ohio (and I do not), I was only able to participate online. She did invite everyone who could … Continue reading On Our Bookshelves – Nineteen Eighty-Four
A NewsWhistle Review
Beth Johnson is someone who absolutely loves her job. And she is also remarkably fortunate, in that she fell into it by mere happenstance.
EDITOR’S NOTE: November will see the publication of a lot of good stocking stuffers. There’s Stephen King’s Revival, Denis Johnson’s The Laughing Monsters, and Andrew Roberts’ Napoleon. Here are five other worthy reads, including one that contains a forward written by our own Norah Lawlor, and another that features a contribution penned by our friend … Continue reading Five Great Books for Fall Fireside Reading