More books for MostlyFiction readers!
For our latest book reviews posted at MostlyFiction.com go to our HOME PAGE or, click on the title below to go directly to each review. See announcement below on website changes.
Reviews for book released in April 2009:
SWEETNESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PIE by Alan Bradley
LOOK AGAIN by Lisa Scottoline
A DATE YOU CAN'T REFUSE by Harley Jane Kozak + Author Interview
THE WINTER VAULT by Anne Michaels
RHYMING LIFE AND DEATH by Amos Oz
Reviews for books released in March 2009:
THERAPY by Sebastian Fitzek
LOSER'S TOWN by Daniel Depp
ALL THE LIVING by C.E. Morgan
THE WRITING ON MY FOREHEAD by Nafisa Haji
THE RAIN BEFORE IT FALLS by Jonathan Coe
A QUIET FLAME by Philip Kerr
FLIPPING OUT by Marshall Karp
SINGER by Ira Sher
DARLING JIM by Christian Moerk
THE SOUND OF BUILDING COFFINS by Louis Maistros
Reviews for books released in February 2009:
REVELATION by C.J. Sansom
LETHAL LEGACY by Linda Fairstein + Author Interview
Reviews for books released in January 2009:
CABAL OF THE WESTFORD KNIGHT by David S. Brody
Reviews for books released in 2008:
ANATHEM by Neal Stephenson
KILLING CASTRO by Lawrence Block
THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF DIET GIRL by Shauna Reid
THE DIAMOND OF DARKHOLD by Jeanne DuPrau
Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?
And now for the big news.... hopefully you have already visited MostlyFiction.com and know what I’m about to say. That is, you have seen our new face, our new blog format. Yes, after 11+ years, MostlyFiction is going true blog style! I am using WordPress software and have been heads-down working on this project since the last newsletter. (JD--hopefully this explains why I have not written back, yet.)
Because of the thousands of existing reviews/author pages, I am trying to integrate with the original site and hope to make this more transparent in the future.
One new feature is that you can easily leave comments, so please take advantage of this. To leave a comment, you will need to register. Just scroll down and look for the META area on the left-hand side.
Another benefit is that you can now sign up for an RSS feed and be notified whenever there is a change to the website. In fact if you have already found this feature, I apologize for the past two weeks. Unfortunately, while deciding on a format I updated each review nearly daily. So the RSS feed got a little repetitive. Except for refining the tags and categories, I think the format is settled. Unless one of you makes a compelling recommendation...
So please come poke around the site! Be sure to explore the tags categories as well as the tabs at the top of each page....
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